According to information from L’Equipe, the international pillar of Montpellier Mohamed Houas (29) was placed in police custody because of domestic violence.
Another court case for Mohamed Haouas? According to information from The team, it seems so. The 29-year-old international pillar of Montpellier was reportedly placed in police custody this Friday afternoon in the Hérault city, and would still be there this Saturday morning. The sports daily reveals that the player is suspected of domestic violence. “The facts allegedly took place in downtown Montpellier where he was arrested by CRS before being taken to the police station and placed in police custody”, details the newspaper.
Mohamad Haouas is supposed to play the last match of the Top 14 regular season with Montpellier this Sunday on the Pau pitch. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to hold his place. If so, it will anyway be his 117th and last match with the MHR, where he was trained and started as a professional in 2016. The French champion club can no longer qualify for the phase. final, and he has already signed a contract with Clermont until 2026, after being released from his 2023-24 contract year with Montpellier.
Already two legal cases for Haouas
But this new gap could compromise his future, because Mohamed Haouas is not his first setbacks with justice. He has already been sentenced in February 2022 to 18 months suspended prison sentence and 15,000 euros fine for burglaries of tobacco shops when he was 19 years old. On May 12, he also appeared before the Montpellier court for “aggravated violence followed by incapacity not exceeding eight days” and “destruction of the property of others committed in a meeting”, following acts committed in a bakery. and also dating back to 2014.
The clouds are gathering around the native of Le Havre, who still dreams of playing the World Cup with the Blueshe who has 16 selections since February 2020, the last in the victory against Scotland on February 26, where he received a red card.