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Quincy Proms, a Spartak Moscow midfielder for the past two years and a former player for Sevilla, Ajax and the Dutch national team, is accused of smuggling more than 1.3 tons of cocaine, an estimated €75 million worth on the black market. The trial against him will begin on Monday, but he is not supposed to appear, but a lawyer on his behalf.
According to the prosecution, these are two different smuggling operations - one weighing about 650 kilograms and another weighing 713 kilograms of cocaine. The drugs were seized in January 2020 at the port of Antwerp, and it was already reported that Proms and his family were suspected of financing the smuggling of more than four tons of cocaine.
Looking forward to Russian citizenship for asylum. Proms (Photo by Getty Images, James Williamson)
Just recall that Proms moved to the Russian League after being suspected of murdering his cousin and belonging to a criminal organization. In a trial against Surinamese-Dutch drug trafficker Piet Wurtel, it was revealed that Proms paid Wertel a fine of €250,400 in compensation for stealing 2019kg of cocaine from him, as part of a fraud that allegedly led to the murder of two people, including footballer Calvin Maynard, who was shot in the street and died in September 32 at the age of 2020.
In July 2020, Froomes was suspected of stabbing his cousin during a family event in July 2021 and last year recordings were released incriminating Froomes in the attempted murder, as part of a wiretapping in which the footballer told his father: "If you hadn't jumped, I would have killed him." In Holland, it was claimed at the time that a complicated drug deal may have led to his cousin's stabbing, because in the conversations in which he was recorded, Froomes told his parents and aunt that "no one will steal from us, they are lucky if he is only injured in the leg."
Since February 2014, Proms has been playing for Spartak Moscow, which brought him back for a second spell after the Dutchman played for them for four years between 2018 and <>. Last year, Proms announced the opening of a restaurant in Moscow and is working to obtain Russian citizenship in order to enjoy political asylum in Russia.
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