Lucas Hernández, a world champion to prison for gender violence

That year, Lucas Hernández had already been sentenced to six months in prison for violating a restraining order brought by his ex-partner Amelia de la Osa Lorente, who had also been denounced for aggression by the footballer.

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Lucas Hernández was convicted of gender violence in Spain

After that episode, they were seen together for a trip to Las Vegas, in 2019, in a kind of “reconciliation”: on social networks they reported that they had gotten married. Even in social networks there are images of the couple enjoying a vacation, a little less than 3 months ago.

The footballer, from the reunion, had asked for the conviction to be set aside, but it was denied by the courts of Madrid when he was considered a repeat offender: against him weighed two other convictions for crimes related to gender violence.

Justice now ordered that the French player appear on October 19 to be personally notified of the request for “voluntary admission” to jail, with a limit of ten days to comply with the order, although his lawyers have already filed an appeal before the courts of Madrid.

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In the France team he also plays Lucas Fernández’s brother, Theo, currently in Milan, from Italy.

At just 25 years old, Lucas Hernández was born in Marseille, he trained as a player at Atlético Madrid, where he started as a professional and was champion of the Europa League and the European Super Cup. Later went to Bayern Munich, where he won everything locally and internationally.

With the selection of France won the 2018 World Cup and the recent UEFA Nations League.

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