Football player Mamaev charged with assault
The investigation is checking the circumstances of the second fight the football players participated in and, possibly, in the near future will add one more charge to the case.
Krasnodar FC midfielder Pavel Mamaev was officially charged with assault over one of two episodes of the case on fights in the center of Moscow. The investigation checks the second video and, perhaps, will soon charge the football player with a new crime, TASS citing a source in law enforcement reported.
“It is not yet clear whether further charges will be brought,” said the source.
In the criminal case of football players, Mamaev and Alexander Kokorin, there are two episodes: a fight with federal official Denis Pak and FSUE NAMI CEO Sergey Gaysin in a cafe on Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street and an assault on the driver of the Pervy Kanal (First Channel) TV host near the Beijing Hotel. At the deposition, Pak said that he had no complaints against Mamaev.
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