The victim of an alleged kidnapping attempt by relatives of Karim Benzema, agent Leo D'soussa is now heard by the police. He deals with those he blames.
Suspected of involvement in an extortion attempt aimed at getting to know Karim Benzema, three relatives of French football were placed on Tuesday in Paris.
The two men and the woman clashed on Tuesday afternoon with agent Leo Sousa, who filed a complaint on October 8 at the Nanterre police station in an attempt to kidnap him, according to him, a day earlier, over a cash transfer dispute. It was a kidnapping that took place the day before the Paris Opera Bar, Opium.
For the plaintiff, a dispute around 50,000 euros in cash, paid by the sponsor, and that he would report to the star Real Madrid in July after a trip to Morocco, he originally of the case. While he was instructed by Karim Benzema to pass the tickets, Léo d'Souza was arrested by customs officials at Marrakech airport. He was released, but the amount was caught. The tribe of Benzema convinced that he kept the money.
The researchers wanted to determine the exact scenario of the evening
Leo D Souza claims to have been physically assaulted and attempted to kidnap by a childhood friend of Karim Benzema, Smaïne Tabennehas, in the presence of a media and marketing officer of Madrilenian Yamana Agryev. These three players heard the afternoon of Tuesday by researchers, seeking to determine the exact scenario of the evening.
Police also acquired the certainty of the presence of the player in the capital. Strict work – especially telephony – is underway to fix the international French's location that night. According to Mediapart, who discovered the case on October 18, Benzema participated in the PSG-OL (5-0) on October 7 and stayed at the Royal Monceau Hotel, where Samanene Tabennehas and Aghrib will later join him.
The current discussion should clarify the responsibility of the former Lyonnais. His family, especially Semain Tabenges, interviewed last month by Medipart, confirmed the meeting, but said it did not provoke any violence.
Hugo Delum and AFP