Wembley stadium stabbing: Harrow teenager and two other men charged

An aerial view of Wembley Stadium in 2017. Picture: Steve Parsons/PA

Three men were charged following a stabbing outside Wembley Stadium last month - Credit: PA

Three people have been charged after a 21-year-old man was stabbed in the stomach outside Wembley Stadium last month.

Police were called to reports of a stabbing at around 6am on March 18.

An investigation was subsequently launched, with the victim's injuries since reported as "not life-threatening".

Andrew Sealy, 22, of Hammersmith Grove, Trinay Assou, 22, of Girdlers Grove and Tyrell Alexander, 19, of Lyon Road in Harrow were all arrested following the incident.

All three have since been charged with GBH with intent.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirmed that Assou and Alexander have since been bailed after being remanded in custody following arrest.

They will next appear at Harrow Crown Court on May 11 for a case management hearing. 

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A trial date has been set for August 22 at Kingston Crown Court.

The CPS did not provide information on Sealy who was remanded in custody following arrest.