MADRID, Oct 13 (Reuters) – A Madrid courtroom has sentenced Bayern Munich and France defender Lucas Hernandez to six months in jail for disobeying a restraining order following a 2017 conviction of home violence towards his spouse.
A courtroom doc launched on Wednesday stated Hernandez, 25, had been denied an enchantment by a felony courtroom in Madrid towards a earlier suspended jail sentence for defying the restraining order.
The doc stated Hernandez had been denied the enchantment as he had been given two earlier felony sentences, each regarding the February 2017 incident.
Bayern and Hernandez’s representatives didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.
He has been ordered to attend courtroom in Madrid on Oct. 19, from which he has 10 days to voluntarily enter jail.
Hernandez has appealed towards the newest order.
Hernandez was sentenced to 31 days neighborhood service for assaulting his then girlfriend and now spouse in February 2017, when he was an Atletico Madrid participant.
He was additionally given a restraining order stopping him from being inside 500 metres of his accomplice, who was additionally given 31 days neighborhood service for violence, assault and injury to property.
Hernandez was arrested in June 2017 for defying the restraining order after touchdown in Madrid alongside together with his spouse following their marriage and honeymoon.
Hernandez made his skilled debut for Atletico in 2014, becoming a member of Bayern in 2019 for 80 million euros. He has made 29 appearances for France, profitable the 2018 World Cup and lifting the 2021 UEFA Nations League trophy on Sunday.