A famous English star admits to "butting" and "kicking" his father's corpse

Former England soccer star Paul Gascoigne made a shocking confession that exceeded the controversy he had known throughout his football career, even after he retired from the game.

The British newspaper "Mirror" said that Gascoigne, who recently started a new program to recover from alcohol and drug addiction, admitted that he butted and kicked his father's body when he died, before embracing him, and entering into a crying fit.

Gascoigne said that he did this outrageous act, in retaliation for his father, who died in 2018 of cancer, and Gascoigne said: When I was alone with him in his last moments on the hospital bed, and I made sure that he died, I jumped onto the bed, and I kicked his body and slapped him. : I did this to achieve my personal revenge on him, for all the bad treatment I received from him when I was young.

He continued, "But then I felt sorry, and I hugged him warmly."

Gascoigne noted that while his father was alive, he took him several times with him to watch the matches, despite all the bad feelings he harbored for him.

He said that he did not fall short of his family and his father when his income was high from the ball, and he bought him many things, including cars.

Gascoigne played for famous English clubs such as Newcastle and Tottenham, then in Italian Lazio, and the Rangers of Scotland, and he also represented England in 57 games and had 10 goals.

He suffered many troubles due to imprisonment and cases of assaulting women, and declared his bankruptcy repeatedly, so that he had to live in the streets for long periods as a result of drug and alcohol addiction, before he entered in recent years on several occasions in addiction treatment programs with the support of his former friends, but he is still Suffering from financial hardship due to not finding a suitable job.

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