Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker stated that he is feeling 'harassed' by the media.
The 29-year-old defender admitted that he breached the quarantine for the second time as he went to visit his sister and his parents.
Walker confirmed that he travelled to Sheffield to see his sister and give her a present for her birthday, and then he gave her a hug. After that, he went to visit his parents and take some cooked meals.
Walker is in the headlines again after he broke the lockdown rules for the second time, as last month he held a party with two sex girls.
This time it was reported that City will not take any disciplinary action against Walker's acts. He has been already sanctioned by the club for his reckless act last month.
However, after he breached the quarantine for the first time he apologized to everyone urging them to "stay home, stay safe."
It was reported by the Sun that the defender broke the lockdown rules three times for 24 hours this week.
However, Walker responded to the accusations on his Twitter account saying: “I feel as though I have stayed silent for long enough.
“In light of the most recent article published about me and my family, I feel as though I have no choice but to address things publicly.
“I have recently gone through one of the toughest periods of my life, which I take full responsibility for. However, I now feel as thought I am being harassed.
“This is no longer solely affecting me, but affecting the health of my family and my young children too.”
Walker went on to criticise the media for invading the privacy of his family, adding: “It’s been an extremely tough couple of months for them: everything I’ve gone through in my life they have gone through with me.
“What have my parent and sister done to deserve their privacy being invaded by photographers following me to their homes?”