Former England footballer Gary Neville cried in court as his father was cleared of sexual assault.
Neville Neville, 64, admitted he engaged in sexual activity with the middle-aged complainant in her car just 20 yards from his house but said it was consensual.
The woman told a jury at Bolton Crown Court that Neville drunkenly forced himself upon her.
Asked for a comment outside the courtroom, Neville said: "I can't say anything right now. Maybe later." His son Gary stepped in and said: "Dad, come on. He won't be saying anything."
Neville Neville has been found not guilty of sexual assault by a jury at Bolton Crown Court.
The father of former Premier League and England footballers Gary and Phil Neville will appear in court today charged with a sex assault.
Neville Neville, 63, is charged with performing a sex act on a woman without her consent.
The alleged assault is said to have taken place on March 23 at Greenmount in Bury, Greater Manchester.
After a previous court hearing his solicitor advocate, Simon McKay, said: "He denies the allegation fully. Beyond this, because the matter is proceeding to trial, there can be no further comment."
The 63-year-old man thought to be Neville Neville was bailed until May pending further police enquiries.
Mr Neville's two sons Gary and Phil both played football for Manchester United and England while daughter Tracey played netball for England.
He is a former director of Bury Football Club, where wife Jill is still club secretary.
A man arrested on suspicion of indecent assault is believed to be Neville Neville, the father of former England footballers Gary and Phil, ITV News understands.
Police said they arrested a 63-year-old man after reports of an incident in Bury in the early hours of Saturday.