Diallo looked for how to break the kneecap before the attack on Hamraoui

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 Diallo looked for a way to break his kneecap before the attack on Hamraoui

Paris Saint-Germain player Aminata Diallo once again stands as the main suspect in the attack she received. her company was a team Kheira Hamraoui by two masked men when they returned home together after a staff dinner on November 4. Hamraoui was dragged from the vehicle Diallo was driving and two individuals began beating her on the legs with an iron bar.

Diallo was arrested by French police on Friday and charged with assault and battery along with three other people. The police detected He reported on his mobile that he had Googled how to break a kneecap and “dangerous drug cocktail” prior to Hamraoui's assault.

According to a report by the Crime Prevention Brigade of the Versailles judicial police, published by Le Parisien According to some excerpts, the soccer player had developed a “real hatred” towards her partner, whom she considered “an obstacle to her own sports career.” The two played in the same position at PSG. The report suggests that Diallo suffered from a “slow psychological drift that has become, so to speak, pathological.”

The report records not only Diallo's Google search for “dangerous drug cocktail” and “how to break a kneecap” but that police recorded some whatsapp messages. “If I were mean, jealous and calculating like her… [I would tell a relative] to destroy her,” read one such message.

 Diallo looked for a way to break his kneecap before the attack on Hamraoui

Image of the state in which Hamraoui's legs ended up after the aggression he suffered.

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Hired for 500 euros

Diallo, who was released without charge in her first arrest, was arrested againand temporarily interned in prison last Friday while investigations continue. Two days earlier, on Wednesday, four men were arrested in connection with the attack on Hamraoui. One of them, nicknamed The little one would have admitted to the police that they were hired to attack the PSG star for 500 euros.

Diallo, whose contract with PSG ended in June, and currently remains without a team, he has always maintained his innocence since the beginning of the investigation.

This week Hamraoui detailed & oacute; in his social networks his experience lived that day. “I have a very painful memory,” said the former Barça midfielder. explained that “two hooded strangers took me out of the car in which I was traveling to beat me in the legs with iron bars. That night, I really thought that I was going to stay there” and that he wanted to protect himself “as much as possible” without being able to repress the cries of pain” due to the blows he was receiving.