Quincy promisesahead of Spartak Moscow of Russia and former Dutch international player, was prosecuted in the Netherlands for the alleged import of more than 1,300 kilos of cocaine intercepted in two shipments in the Belgian port of Antwerp in late January 2020, that country’s prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday.
According to the agency EFE extensionThese are two loads of cocaine, one weighing around 650 kilos and the other 713 kilos, which were intercepted by the Belgian port authorities in a drug trafficking operation in which the Dutch prosecutor’s office implicates the footballer, according to the local newspaper . het word and subsequently confirmed by the Public Prosecutor of the Netherlands.
The former player of Ajax and Sevilla, among others, is under investigation for drug trafficking and participation in a criminal organization, in a judicial proceeding whose preliminary hearing is set for next Monday, the day on which the explanations of the player will also be confirmed. his lawyer, Robert Malevicz be heard.
The other lawsuit facing Promes
Furthermore, in mid-March, the Dutch prosecutor’s office reopened another criminal investigation against Promes for “serious assault”, after he stabbed his cousin in the knee at a family party in July 2020, although it ruled out attempted murder because, he said, there was insufficient evidence to establish that the attacker’s goal was to “kill the victim.”
Promes allegedly attacked his cousin with a knife, hitting a tendon and causing “serious knee injuries” and walking problems for a long time. He still can’t run or squat and suffers from PTSD.
The footballer has always denied the attack on his cousin, but in the telephone conversations intercepted by the police he is heard confessing the stabbing, according to the prosecutor’s office.
Ajax, the club he was playing for at the time of his arrest, decided to sell him two months later to his current club for a fee close to €8.5m. Half of what Spanish Sevilla had paid a couple of seasons earlier.
Price as a player and foray into music
According to the Tansfermarkt website, the left winger is currently valued at 11 million euros and his maximum quotation was in 2018, for a figure close to 25 million of the same currency.
His Instagram social network account continues to be active with no allusions to any of the allegations against him. However, he promotes his new musical work, an industry he has ventured into through the freestyle genre. He even released new material in February.
This work is titled “Conatus” and on its cover appears the player with a suitcase full of money and a burning house behind him.
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