Glory kickboxer Mohammed J., suspected of drug trafficking, may await his trial free. Until he has to appear, he is also allowed to participate in fights. This is what the Brabants Dagblad writes.
The kickboxer had to appear in court in Den Bosch on Thursday. There it became clear that he is also suspected of money laundering for the purchase of a car. Because two witnesses could not be heard in time, his case was not dealt with substantively. This is what the Brabants Dagblad writes.
The court agreed to the suspension of the pre-trial detention of J., as a Glory kickboxer also known as The Destroyer, as requested by his lawyer. This could allow him to recover from his injury and get back in the ring. J. is not allowed to leave the Netherlands, except for the boxing promoter’s matches. He must also report to the police for additional questioning.
His lawyer Jan-Hein Kuijpers has been given two weeks by the court to investigate the new allegations.
Mohamed J. was previously convicted in 2018 for participating in two fights, one of which took place in court.