Former Netherlands worldwide Quincy Promes is dealing with a possible nine-year jail sentence for alleged involvement in smuggling a major amount of cocaine.
The Public Prosecution Service has accused him of smuggling 1,362 kilograms of cocaine, worth €75 million, with the intercepted medicine reportedly hid in shipments of salt from Brazil and seized within the Belgian port metropolis of Antwerp en path to the Netherlands.
There was newest developments within the case, with De Telegraaf claiming that the Dutch Public Prosecution Service has now really useful a nine-year jail sentence as an alternative.
He’s presently in Russia taking part in for Spartak Moscow, and has missed all his listening to in his residence nation relating to the case.
If confirmed responsible, he’ll face arrest; nonetheless, so long as he stays in Russia, Dutch authorities are unable to take motion as a result of lack of an extradition treaty with Russia.
He’s additionally accused of stabbing his own cousin last year and was given an 18-month jail sentence for that.
He was as soon as thought to be one of the proficient gamers in Europe, however one way or the other managed to get drawn deep into the crime world.
Promes continues to ship on the pitch within the Russian league, registering a powerful 8 goals and 8 assists in 21 games throughout all competitions.
Since becoming a member of Spartak Moscow, he has amassed a outstanding tally of 114 goals and 59 assists in 235 games.