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New Gillingham player caught up in controversial video where he says he wants ‘gay business, racism and shagging’ at the Medway club

A new Gillingham player has hit headlines after a video of himself saying he would bring “gay business, racism and shagging” to the club was leaked.

The club have confirmed they are speaking to Remeao Hutton after the clip was posted online.

Gillingham signed Remeao Hutton for an undisclosed fee from Swindon Town. Picture: @KPI_Colin / Gillingham FC
Gillingham signed Remeao Hutton for an undisclosed fee from Swindon Town. Picture: @KPI_Colin / Gillingham FC

During it, the 25-year-old fullback, who recently joined from Swindon Town, is topless when he begins to introduce himself to his teammates.

Hutton, who explains he’s from Birmingham, starts by saying: “Breasts init, some breasticles.”

He continues: “What am I going to bring to the group, I am going to bring some gay business, some gay ting I can't lie. I am going to bring some racism. Obviously I will win everyone over eventually, not like at first, but it's one of those ones innit.

“Then on nights out bring some things to the table, that's it. Try and get you to do a bit of shagging and that. For me it doesn't count if you are shagging your missus, so don't be coming in saying I got some action last night, it don't count. Who wants to shag their missus anyway?

“The main one is the racism ting, I love that. I am on it, if you want to call me anything feel free.”

A spokesman for Gillingham FC said: “We are aware of this private video and we are talking to the player directly.”

Hutton joined the Kent side earlier this month and made his debut in a 1-1 draw against Forest Green Rovers last weekend.

Speaking about joining the club, before the video was released, he said: “Everyone seems really friendly here so I can't wait to get going. The new owners are looking to grow the club and I want to be a part of that.

“I know a few of the lads already so that was a factor in coming here. I want to create as many chances as possible.”

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