Kheira Hamraoui breaks silence and wants his “honor to be washed away”

In a long message published this Saturday, former PSG player Kheira Hamraoui breaks the silence after the pre-trial detention of Aminata Diallo in the context of his attack (from November 2021), and the latest disturbing revelations about his former teammate. .

“After long months of suffering, I decided to come out of silence.” Through a long text published on his social networks, Kheira Hamraoui finally speaks this Saturday. A message after the announcement of the temporary detention of his partner Aminata Diallo, present at his side and questioned during his attack almost a year ago.

“His goal was simple: to remove my working tool with extreme violence by breaking my legs”

“I will never forget this evening of November 14, 2021, says Hamraoui. It haunts me night and day. This dark evening that changed my personal and professional life, my life as a woman and as a footballer. This evening sad when I thought I was going to die when two hooded men forced me out of a vehicle. They beat me with iron bars, mainly targeting my lower body. Tonight, their goal was simple: to take me out with a extreme violence my work tool breaking my legs and putting an end to my career”.

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Photo of support, the Parisian midfielder therefore testifies to the violence of his attack, preceding a case that has shaken the locker rooms of PSG for a long time. “After this traumatic experience that turned into an absolute injustice, I was the victim of a surprising media cabal with the aim of tarnishing my image and my private life, she believes, the aim was to distance public opinion from the truth : I am a victim. Certainly not guilty, except without a doubt for having remained in the silence that suits my modesty. And for having allowed a media buzz of an incredible violence that destroyed us, my loved ones and me” .

“The adventure of the France team, so important to me, is now written without me”

The player then returns to the consequences that result from this sad evening. “For very long months after my attack, I was unfairly insulted on the field, harassed on social networks and threatened with death, continues Hamraoui. However, I tried to stick with all my strength to my passion. and to remain professional. This period. It was certainly one of the most difficult in my life as a woman and as a high-level sportsman. Especially since the adventure of the French team, so important to me, is written now without me” .

“Today, I trust the justice to bring out the truth and that my honor is washed, she adds while disturbing revelations about Diallo have come in the last hours, especially about his research carried out shortly before the attack . my name to be associated only with the sports pages again and leave the legal columns.”

“I hope with all my heart that I can fulfill my childhood dream for a long time”

Kheira Hamraoui concludes by thanking those who have helped him in recent months: “I would never have been able to get through these painful moments without the unwavering support of my family and loved ones. I also sincerely thank my lawyer Julia Minkowski, my agents Sonia. Souid and Patrick Esteves, my communication advisors Teddy Pessot and Ahmed Eddarraz. Without their help, I could not have found the resources to put my head above water. Of course, I would have faced under the weight of this deal.”

Finally, the midfielder, removed from the professional group PSG, reports that she remains focused on the field. “My career goal has always been to become a professional player who gives the best of himself on the field while respecting his audience and his teammates, she proclaims. I hope with all my heart that I can still achieve my I dream like a girl for a long time. What I have experienced in the last few months is a very big lesson in life. I aspire today to find the pleasure of the green rectangle again. And to continue to win. Because s There is one thing that has not changed since this tragedy: it is my ambition for myself and for my country.

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