Spartak football player Guliev may be deprived of driving license after attack on pedestrian
On April 11, the athlete tried to drive through on a red light and then beat a pedestrian.
In respect of the midfielder of the Spartak FC Ayaz Guliev, two administrative cases were opened concerning traffic violations, as a result of which he may lose his driving license, Telegram channel Mash reports.
According to the channel, one of the cases was opened for driving through on a red light, the other - for evading the payment of a fine. Now Guliev faces a fine of 10 thousand rubles ($150) and deprivation of rights.
Recall, on April 11, it became known about Guliev’s attack on a passenger at one of the city’s pedestrian crossings. According to preliminary information, the football player, while driving a Mercedes car, tried to drive to the prohibitory signal of a traffic light, after which he hit the pedestrian. Immediately after this, the athlete got out of the car, however not in order to apologize, but in order to beat the injured passer-by. He was a citizen of the United States. As a result of the attack, the American suffered a broken nose. Later, the Spartak player apologized and volunteered to pay damages to the victim. After that, the American wrote a statement about the absence of claims to the footballer.
Gadzhiev was detained on June 14. A criminal case was initiated against him about participation in a terrorist organization (part 2 of article 205.5 of the Criminal Code) and promotion of terrorism (part 4 of article 205.1 of the Criminal Code).