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Sport Domestic violence! Tennis star has to go to court

14:09  25 may  2020
14:09  25 may  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Georgian tennis star Nikoloz Basilashvili has been arrested for allegedly assaulting ex-wife Nera On Sunday, Tbilisi city court set bail at around £26,000 and a preliminary court date for July 16. The crime of domestic violence in the presence of a minor is punishable by a prison sentence of up to

A court in the Georgian capital Tbilisi charged Basilashvili with perpetrating “ violence against a family member committed in the presence of a minor” before releasing him on bail amounting to ,000, prosecutor Natia Guruli said. ‘SO SAD’: Aussie tennis mourns death of legend.

Nikolos Bassilaschwili wurde von seiner Ex-Frau angezeigt © Imago Nikolos Bassilaschwili was reported by his ex-wife

Georgian tennis professional Nikolos Bassilaschwili has to answer to the court for alleged physical violence against his ex-wife. This was announced by the prosecutor in the capital, Tbilisi.

According to this, the 27th in the world rankings was accused of "exercising violence against a family member in the presence of a minor". If convicted, he faces up to three years in prison. Test

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Bassilashvili's ex-wife told Mtavari on Sunday that the suspect "physically assaulted" her on Friday in the presence of her five-year-old son Lucas. The 28-year-old who denies the allegations was subsequently arrested. He was released for a deposit of 27,500 euros.

Man shot by Metro police in Jones-Buena Vista neighborhood after domestic violence call

  Man shot by Metro police in Jones-Buena Vista neighborhood after domestic violence call The suspect, identified by police as 43-year-old Sekou L. Allen, suffered a gunshot wound the the leg and was in stable condition Thursday.The suspect, identified by police as 43-year-old Sekou L. Allen, suffered a gunshot wound the the leg and was in stable condition Thursday morning, police said.

Domestic violence goes up whenever families spend more time together, such as the Christmas and In Spain, the emergency number for domestic violence received 18 percent more calls in the first two Her divorce proceeding was postponed until April. She is still waiting for the court ’s decision.

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Association does not speak

The athlete and his wife had married in 2013, in 2015 their son was born. The couple is now divorced.

With three ATP titles and more than five million euros in prize money, Bassilashvili is the most successful tennis player in the history of his homeland Georgia.

The Georgian tennis association made a statement about the incident. All types of violence are condemned, the officials said. The bosses do not want to comment until the police clarify.

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