Robinho held over 'sex assault'
Premier League footballer Robinho has been arrested by police investigating an allegation of sexual assault.
The Manchester City forward met with police as part of a "criminal investigation", following the alleged attack at a nightclub in Leeds.
Robinho's spokesman, Chris Nathaniel, said the player "strenuously denied any allegation of wrongdoing".
West Yorkshire Police confirmed a man was arrested on Tuesday in connection with an alleged incident on 14 January.
Mr Nathaniel said Brazilian international Robinho met with police, as pre-arranged, as part of the criminal investigation and later released on bail.
"He strenuously denies any allegation of wrongdoing or criminality and is happy to co-operate with the police if further required," he said.
Robinho, whose full name is Robson de Souza, joined Manchester City from Real Madrid in September for £32.5 million, making him Britain's most expensive player