Former boxer Fabio "La Mole" Moli was sentenced on Monday to two years and two months in prison suspended for the crime of "coercion" in a case of gender violence initiated by his ex-wife.
For the amount of the sentence ordered by Judge Maria Gabriela Bella, who read the verdict Monday morning, Moli will not go to prison.
The 12th Chamber of Crime of Córdoba acquitted him in the crime of minor injuries by prescription and violation of domicile for benefit of the doubt.
The case began after the complaint of Marta "La Negra" Galiano, who denounced Moli for having exercised gender violence against her, "including injuries and coercion."
After knowing the sentence, the former athlete said he "agrees" with the ruling and remarked: "Happy because all this is over. It's over. Like I said, I'm going home to continue working because I have a whole family to take care of."
According to the newspaper La Voz, to sustain his freedom during the duration of this suspended sentence, he must meet a series of requirements such as attending the Integral Center for Men in Situations of Violence (CIV) of Córdoba.
In this body, which depends on the Ministry of Women, they will evaluate what treatment must be complied with.
A few days ago, the ex-wife of Fabio la Mole Moli broke the silence and spoke of the family drama that she has suffered for years as a victim of the violence exerted on her by the ex-boxer.
"When we got together, he drank alcohol and I don't know if it affected him or not, but he was violent," began the ex-wife of the champion of one of the editions of Bailando por un sueño.
The interviewee explained that her ex-partner had a bar and that the ordeal began when she learned that he had cheated on her for 18 years with an employee of the establishment. According to his account, as a result of that extramarital relationship, the former boxer had two children: a young man who is now 20 years old and a teenager between 15 and 16 years old.