A Madrid court orders the imprisonment of soccer player Lucas Hernández

Lucas Hernández in a match with Bayern Munich.

Lucas Hernández in a match with Bayern Munich.

A court in Madrid has ordered the prison of the French footballer of the Bayern Munich Lucas Hernandez for being a repeat offender in crimes related to sexist violence, as reported by the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM).

Lucas Hernández, former player of the Atlético de Madrid, was sentenced to six months in prison for breaking the restraining order about his romantic partner, with whom he went on a honeymoon despite the fact that both had separate measures of distancing themselves from the other due to a previous conviction for crimes of abuse in the family.

The footballer requested the suspension of the prison sentence, but the Criminal Court number 32 of Madrid has denied it because he has two convictions for injuries in the field of gender violence, dictated by a court in Madrid and another in Móstoles.

Hernández has been summoned on October 19 to transfer the voluntary admission requirement to prison within a maximum period of ten days. The order of execution of the sentence against the soccer player has been appealed before the Provincial Court of Madrid.


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