Real Madrid striker guilty of complicity in attempted sex tape blackmail of Mathieu Valbuena
The French forward Karim Benzema has been found guilty of complicity in the attempted blackmail of former France team-mate Mathieu Valbuena over a sex tape and sentenced to a one-year suspended jail term by a court in Versailles. infoguidenigeria
He was also fined 75,000 euros (£63,000). Benzema’s lawyer said the player would appeal against the verdict.
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According to the recent report from skysports.com, Benzema, who had denied any wrongdoing, was not in court. He is due to play for the Spanish club against Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol later on Wednesday in the Champions League. jamb result
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According to what lawyer Antoine Vey told reporters afterward, “This outcome in no way corresponds with the reality of events.”
The Real Madrid striker’s defence insisted to the court that he had no intention of blackmailing Valbuena, as he allegedly attempted to help his former France teammate.
The report has it that the Prosecutor’s Office requested the lowest jail sentence against Benzema but imposed him the highest possible fine, with the Frenchman being the only person who was not accused of blackmail in this case.
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