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Paul Gascoigne: Ex-footballer 'forcefully kissed "fat lass" on lips to boost her confidence', court hears

Independent Monday, 14 October 2019
Former England footballer on trial accused of sexually assaulting woman on a train last August
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News video: Paul Gascoigne cleared of sexual assault after kissing woman on train

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Former footballer Paul Gascoigne has been cleared of sexually assaulting a woman on a train after he kissed her on the lips. The 52-year-old told jurors he had no sexual intention when he planted the sloppy kiss on the stranger, who he said had been abused by another passenger.

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