Jerome Boateng is to spend 5 years in jail after attacking his ex-girlfriend

Jerome Boateng has been accused of assaulting his former girlfriend Sherin


The Bayern Munich star could get five-year jail term if found guilty in court

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Jerome Boateng who currently plays for Bayern Munich and the Germany national team has been accused of assaulting his former girlfriend Sherin Shenler and could be sentenced to five years in jail.

The World Cup winner has been ordered to appear in Court on December 10 for him to explain the rationale behind what he has been accused of doing.

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Boateng was said to have angrily attacked the mother of his twins while on holiday and the video of the incident has been seen by legal authorities according to UK Sun.

Spokesman for the Court is said to have told German media that a complaint was first made against the Bayern Munich star in February last year.

The German International

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The report added that Boateng has denied attacking Sherin claiming that the issue that happened between them was a private matter not meant for the public.

Also, it was reported that should Jerome Boateng escape jail-term, then he would be made to pay heavy fine for the incident.

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The Reds announced the Spaniard’s arrival on their official website in a deal valued around €30 million in this transfer window.

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The 29-year-old parted ways with Bayern after winning 16 major titles including seven German League titles and one Champions League trophy.

He had already won a UCL title and two La Ligas with Barcelona before heading to Germany in 2013.