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Lucas Hernández: the Bayern Munich footballer will not go to jail – International Football – Sports

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Bayern Munich’s French international defender Lucas Hernandez He will not enter jail for disobeying a restraining measure imposed after a fight with his partner, after the Spanish justice accepted his appeal on Wednesday.

We consider that the appeal must be upheld and the suspension of the execution of the custodial sentence imposed on Lucas François Bernard Hernández should be agreed“, affirms the Provincial Court of Madrid, one day before the limit for the footballer to enter prison to serve a six month sentence.

The suspension of the sentence is carried out for a period of four years and is conditional on Lucas Hernández “do not commit any new crimes during that time“, as well as the payment of a fine of 96,000 euros (111,441 dollars), specifies the Madrid Provincial Court.

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Lucas Hernández is the son of former Rayo and Atlético de Madrid player Jean François Hernández and brother of Alavés side Theo Hernández.

The French international, who had until midnight next Thursday to enter prison for breaking a restraining order for his partner, will thus be able to remain free after his appeal has been upheld.

The Frenchman’s case dates back to 2017, when Lucas Hernández and his partner Amelia Lorente They were sentenced for marital violence in February of that year to 31 days of community service and to stay away and without communication for six months for a case of marital violence mutual.

Only four months later, already reconciled, the player and his partner were intercepted at the Madrid airport when they were returning together from a trip to the United States.

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The footballer was detained a few hours before being released, while Lorente was not detained because the restraining order had not yet been formally communicated to her.

As a result of this episode, Lucas Hernández was tried and sentenced in December 2019 to six months in prison for violating the restraining order issued in February 2017.



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