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Kevin-Prince needs 'nothing to do' with relative bro after Bayern Munich man found guilty of Assault

The Germany international player was indicted for attacking his previous partner and his relative has stood up against him 

 

Kevin-Prince Boateng has censured his stepbrother Jerome after the safeguard was seen as liable of attacking his previous partner. 


The center back, who joined Lyon this late spring in the wake of leaving Bayern Munich, was requested to pay a €1.8 million fine in the wake of being indicted on Thursday. 


Boateng kept away from a potential jail term for the occurrence which occurred in 2018, yet the arraignment has said they will consider engaging the adjudicator's decision as they expected a suspended sentence rather than a simple fine. 


What his brother Kevin Prince Boateng said? 

Kevin-Prince says his relationship with Jerome, who has a similar dad however a different mother.They were separated well before the last's conviction. 

"I've removed myself from Jerome for quite a while," the Hertha Berlin player said to Bild . 

"I respect and regard German law. I detest savagery against ladies. 

"I don't relate to my sibling's activities and that is the reason I presently don't have one thing or another to do with him."

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