The tricolor international (18 selections) and pillar of Montpellier could still have trouble with French justice. Two weeks ago, the colossus was given a two-year suspended prison sentence for burglary and aggravated violence (facts dating back to 2014). The 29-year-old player, married and father of two children, then declared “turning the page on the mistakes of youth”. But, the player was again caught by justice. He was placed in police custody this Friday, at the end of the afternoon, suspected of domestic violence according to the team.
Behavior already sanctioned by the club
The facts allegedly took place in downtown Montpellier where the French international was arrested by CRS before being taken to the police station and placed in police custody. The player is already in the sights of the club. 15 days ago, he was dropped from the MHR group for the last game of the season at home against Stade Rochelais.
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