Shamefaced Premier League ace Jack Grealish apologised for flouting Government “stay at home” rules to party with pals.

But Mirror Sport can reveal that two other Premier League stars were with Grealish on Saturday.

The Aston Villa captain released a video on Monday night admitting he had “stupidly” gone to a friend’s house during the lockdown.

It came after Grealish, 24, was photographed wearing a hoodie and mismatched slippers at the scene of a car accident in Dickens Heath, Solihull.

Police say they have arranged to speak to the driver of a damaged £80,000 Range Rover, pictured on double yellow lines, after they left the scene on foot.

They refused to say if Grealish, whose rumoured £50million summer move to Manchester United may now be in doubt, was the person behind the wheel.

The picture of Jack Grealish on Sunday was all over social media

He made his mea culpa after Harry Redknapp and Piers Morgan slammed him as “stupid”.

Grealish drove 10 miles from his home in Barnt Green, Worcs, to spend Saturday night at a flat owned by ex-teammate Ross McCormack.

Police were called after the Range Rover collided with at least three parked cars the next morning.

The damaged white Range Rover. West Midlands Police said they were called on Sunday just before 10am

In his apology Grealish said: “I want to do a quick video message to say how deeply embarrassed I am about what happened.

“It’s a tough time for everyone at the moment, being locked indoors.

“I got a call off a friend asking to go to his and I stupidly agreed to do so.

“I don’t want anyone to make the same mistake. I urge everyone to stay at home. I know for a fact I’ll be doing that.”

Grealish broke his silence on Monday night

The Mirror can reveal two other Premier League stars were with Grealish on Saturday. Both are household names and one is a current England player.

A source said the group made a “racket” as they drank and played computer games.

“There are a few players dreading their names coming out and their clubs finding out,” they said. “It’s not a good look to be out partying, especially when the advice is to stay indoors.

“They are lying low. They will face big fines if their managers find out.”

The flat was owned by Grealish's ex-Villa teammate McCormack
Grealish in action for Aston Villa

Premier League chiefs are fuming as it happened on the day they launched the #WeAreOneTeam campaign urging fans to stay home.

Former Tottenham manager Redknapp branded Grealish “stupid” adding: “He needs to be punished for sure.”

And GMB host Morgan blasted: “It doesn’t help when a role model, breaks the rules. Shame on you.”

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Hours before the incident Grealish had urged fans on Twitter to stay indoors.

Grealish, Villa’s outstanding player this year, is now sweating on the future of multi-million deals with Nike and EA Sports. A potential England call-up has also been thrown into doubt.

Nike did not respond to emails from the Mirror on Monday.

The star has been no stranger to controversy since his debut in 2014.

He hit the headlines in 2015 when he was pictured sprawled on a Tenerife street, apparently drunk, and after angering hotel guests by holding a loud party, which involved ‘hippy crack’.