Wilfried Zaha's brother Herve part of notorious London gang?

Crystal Palace player Wilfried Zaha dribbles the ball during his sides Championship match on 5 January, 2013
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Wilfried Zaha's older brother Herve was reportedly a gang member of notorious London crew 'Don't Say Nothing'.

The reported criminal past of Wilfried Zaha's gang-member older brother Herve has been revealed.

The 24-year-old is thought to have previously bragged that he was part of a notorious London gang 'Don't Say Nothing' on a Bebo profile page in 2009.

It has been claimed that in July 2012, Herve was issued with a 12-month conditional discharge for criminal damage after a paving slab was thrown through a car window while a woman was sat in the driver's seat, according to The Mirror.

The gang became well known within London in 2007 when members, armed with machetes and bats, fought with a rival gang in a shopping centre in Croydon.

Reports have claimed that there is no evidence that Wilfried, who will join Manchester United this summer, has had any involvement in gang violence.

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