While he was sentenced in February in a burglary case, the international pillar of Montpellier Mohamed Haouas will once again have to deal with justice next January.
Mohamed Haouas is not yet done with justice. Victim of a muscle injury in mid-October, the French international pillar (15 selections) could not take part in the autumn tour of the XV of France, which beat Australia, South Africa and Japan. During this absence, the native of Le Havre learned that he will have to face a trial again.
While he was sentenced last February to an 18-month suspended prison sentence in a burglary case whose facts dated back to 2014, Mohamed Haouas is this time involved in a file relating to ” intentional violence in a meeting with a weapon “. The Montpellier player’s lawyer, Me Marc Gallix, confirmed the information to the daily The Team. Once again, the 28-year-old will have to explain himself for facts dating back eight years, prior to the start of his career as a professional rugby player.
Haouas expected in court in January
Mohamed Haouas will have to appear before the Correctional Court of Montpellier on January 13 in the morning. A new case which is linked to incidents that took place on the occasion of the New Year’s Eve that took place on December 31, 2014. On this occasion, the international pillar took part in a fight during which he allegedly injured a person with using an iron bar. This justifies the charges of ” intentional violence in a meeting with a weapon “.
A second trial in less than a year for acts committed during his youth that Mohamed Haouas thus has a little less than two months to prepare with his lawyer. Shortly after his first conviction, which had earned him a fine of 15,000 euros in addition to the suspended prison sentence, the person concerned had indicated that he ” regret 100% » what he was accused of, highlighting the fact that he was « young ” and ” influenceable “.