The Criminal Court number 32 of Madrid has ordered Wednesday the admission to prison of Lucas Hernandez, player of the Bayern Munich and ex of Atlético de Madrid, as reported by AS.
This is how the judge dictated it last month Aurora Arrebola del Valle, which summons the French international to appear in court next week (October 19 at 11 a.m.) to choose a prison where he must enter within a maximum of ten days.
The events date back to February 3, 2017, when Luke and his then wife, Amelia de la Osa Lorente, staged a fight in the middle of the street that ended in a crime of mistreatment in the family environment for the then Atlético footballer. A Madrid court sentenced both to 31 days of community service and placed a restraining order on both of them for six months.
But despite that condemnation, they both decided to go on their honeymoon and on their return to Madrid from Miami in June, both were surprised at the Barajas airport.
Thus, Lucas was arrested although he was later released. His wife was not detained because she has not yet received notification of her restraining order. Lucas, yes, and the Prosecutor’s Office requested a year in prison for violating that restraining order.
Later, Lucas would be sentenced by the Criminal Court number 35 of Madrid, which sentenced Lucas to one year in prison. Although his attorneys requested the suspension or commutation of the community service sentence, it was denied, as Lucas had not completed the 31 days of work that had been imposed on him in the first sentence.
As reported by As, the Bayern footballer’s lawyers have filed an appeal against that sentence and it will be the Provincial Court that considers it or rejects it. In any case, Lucas must be personally in Madrid next Tuesday to choose a prison to enter in the next ten days.