MISCELLANEOUS – The international pillar of Montpellier will go back to court this Friday morning for “willful violence in a meeting with a weapon” which allegedly took place in 2014. As a reminder, last February, Mohamed Haouas has already been sentenced to 18 months suspended for burglaries.
Mohamed Haouas is not done with justice. Already sentenced for burglaries that took place in 2014the pillar of the MHR is this time summoned to court for “intentional violence in meetings with a weapon” which would have taken place the same year. According to information from L’Equipe, it was during New Year’s Eve that violence broke out and during which the pillar allegedly injured a person with an iron bar.
Mohamed Haouas is therefore expected this Friday, January 13 at 9 a.m. at the Montpellier Criminal Court.
Haouas will not appear in court
At the dawn of Montepellier’s trip to the Ospreys lawn for the 3rd day of the Champions Cup, Mohamed Haouas is unable to go to court. In the columns of L’Equipe, the pillar’s lawyer spoke: “Mohamed Haouas will not be able to appear before the criminal court of Montpellier, Friday morning at 9 am, because he must play with his club the next day in Wales“, explains Marc Gallix before adding: “The departure by plane with the team is scheduled for Friday at the beginning of the afternoon and collective training in anticipation of the meeting will take place the same day from 9 am.
At the same time the lawyer assures that Mohamed Haouas “never had the intention of evading his obligations and more specifically those of explaining himself to justice”.
Its president Mohed Altrad recently returned to the tortuous journey of his player, who will leave his training club at the end of the season to join the ranks of Clermont : “Mohamed has a great talent. He is a child of the club, who has brought us a lot. He had a turbulent youth, did stupid things in Montpellier. It may be good for him to leave.”