A French court, today, Thursday, sentenced Algerian football player Farid Al-Mullali to six months in prison, suspended from Angers, after he was found guilty of indecent acts and violating the privacy of his neighbors.
The French newspaper “L’Equipe” reported that the 22-year-old Algerian player received a reduced sentence of six months in prison, in addition to a fine of 2,000 euros, after he pleaded guilty to his appearance before the police.
The mullahs must undergo psychological treatment and adhere to it, for a period of 18 months, while compensating his victims for the moral damage he inflicted on them.
The French police arrested the mullahs last May, after his neighbors lodged a complaint against him, accused of committing indecent acts in the courtyard of the residential complex in which he lives.
It is noteworthy that the mullahs suffered many successive injuries last season, but despite that, he succeeded in scoring five goals during six matches he played as a mainstay in various competitions in the past season, which was ended early in France by a decision of the government due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic .