A cousin, claiming to have been stabbed by Quincy Promise, seized the home of the attacker who left last week in Ajax. Lawyer Yehudi Moskowitz confirmed a letter in De Telegraaf: “He did this as a guarantee for an imminent compensation claim.”
It is about a villa in Utrecht valued at over two million euros. The court permitted seizures for more than 600,000 euros.
The 29-year-old Promis bid farewell to Ajax last week. The 47-time Dutch international has returned to Spartak Moscow, where he also played from 2014 to mid-2018. He struggled in his role as a reserve player at Ajax and was disappointed by negative media reports about him.
Promise was in prison for a few days in December after his cousin went to the police announcing that he had been stabbed in the knee by a footballer during a family party in Abcode.
After his release, Promise remained a suspect in an assault that resulted in serious bodily injury. He denies stabbing his nephew. “I can’t say much about her now,” he said last week when he left Ajax. “But the truth is emerging.”
According to the Dutch Public Prosecution Service, promises’ departure to Russia does not stand in the way of possible investigation and prosecution. It should be available for interrogation, but it can also be done via video stream.
Spartak pays a maximum of € 11 million for Promise to Ajax.
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