Striker and two other men bailed until September.
QPR striker Loic Remy has been bailed following his arrest on suspicion of gang rape, reports the Guardian.
The 26-year-old striker was held by Scotland Yard’s sex crime squad with two other men, believed to be his cousin and friend.
The trio have been bailed until September, the Met Police confirmed on Thursday.
A 34-year-old woman alleged that Remy and the two others raped her on 6 May in west London at the Hoops player’s flat.
She reportedly arrived expecting to meet just Remy but was offered a drink before losing consciousness and waking up several hours later naked.
Remy’s lawyers say the former Marseille striker, who arrived at Loftus Road in January, denies the claim but is not able to make any further comment.
“The allegation was passed on to the Metropolitan Police Service by Kent Police on 8 May after the 34-year-old female victim reported it to them on the previous day, 7 May. The victim alleges she was raped by three men,” the force confirmed.
“On the morning of Wednesday, 15 May three men, aged 26, 23 and 22, were arrested at an address in Fulham on suspicion of rape – they remain in custody at a west London police station.”
Remy, who cost R’s boss Harry Redknapp and chairman Tony Fernandes £8m, was unable to help QPR avoid relegation from the Premier League, despite scoring six times in 13 appearances.
The France international has been linked with summer moves to Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has previously praised Remy, comparing the forward to Arsenal legend Thierry Henry. But the French tactician is notoriously wary about purchasing trouble-makers and may think twice about pursuing Remy following his arrest.