Сourt arrested Mamayev until December 8
The footballer expressed his willingness to repair the damage and apologized to the victims.
The Moscow Tverskoy Court arrested footballer Pavel Mamayev for two months until December 8. In his last word, the footballer apologized to the victims and declared his readiness to compensate for damage.
“I want to publicly apologize to the victims. I step beyond the limit. I am ready to pay for the damage,” Sport-Express quotes Mamayev.
The lawyer of Mamayev claims that the footballer did not participate in the attack on the employee of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, but was sleeping on the sidelines. The defender asked to review the CCTV footage, but the court refused.
Earlier, the court arrested Alexander and Kirill Kokorins for two months. Footballers and their friends are accused of hooliganism; they face up to seven years in prison.
“We compared the table neighbor to the performer of Gangnam Style, he was offended and cussed out,” Kirill Kokorin told during interrogation explaining the brawl with Denis Pak.
Meanwhile, a fancy music video appeared on the Web.
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