Shocked Dutch National University winger charged with trafficking a ton of cocaine
A former Dutch national striker was involved in drug charges.
British public broadcaster “BBC” said on the 31st (Korea Standard Time), “Spartak Moscow Quincy Promus was indicted on drug trafficking charges. Dutch prosecutors said Tuesday that Promus was accused of smuggling 1,362 kilograms of cocaine into the Netherlands and Belgium.
“According to the Dutch daily Het Parul, a hearing on Promus-related cases will be held next Monday. He was also charged with murder and attempted abuse in 2021. He stabbed a relative in the knee at a party with his family in 2020 and seriously injured him. Promus denied it and a hearing in the case is also scheduled to take place on the same day, he added
Promus from the Netherlands is continuing his career with his former team Moscow after going through Twenter, Moscow, Sevilla and Ajax. Each club where I stayed did its part and lived up to expectations. Promus has the advantage of penetrating and breaking through with fast feet as a weapon.
This season was also great. Promus showed off his robustness by sweeping 35 offensive points (25 goals and 10 assists) in 35 games, including the Russian Premier League (RPL) and the Russian Cup.
He has also been on the international stage for a long time. Promus made his mark for the Netherlands national team from 2014 to 2020. He also participated in the 2014 FIFA Brazil World Cup and UEFA Euro 2020, scoring seven goals in 50 A matches 토토사이트
However, it is shocking that he smuggled more than a ton of drugs in the past. The Guardian said, “Promus is accused of smuggling cocaine through two shipments. The player’s lawyer did not respond to a request for comment. The Dutch news agency ANP said Promus would not attend the upcoming Monday hearing.
Promus is not offering any clarification on social media. Rather, he is showing a resolute attitude by uploading daily photos taken with his colleagues. The upcoming Monday hearings and prosecution investigations will reveal the full story of the drug trafficking allegations