Former Liverpool footballer handed suspended prison sentence following domestic abuse and forgery
Ex-Premier League striker Titi Camara has received a suspended prison sentence for ‘forgery’, ‘threats’ and ‘wounding with intent’ in an assault on his wife last year.
Titi Camara represented Liverpool from 1999-2000 and scored 9 league goals. Following his spell at Liverpool, Camara joined West Ham United, but failed to record a league goal in three years.
The former Guinea international’s ex-partner, Mariam Koulibaly, reported him for assault in 2016, as reported by The Sun.
On December 22, a court in the Guinea handed Camara a six-month suspended prison sentence, along with a fine of around £4,400. The court found him guilty of wounding with intent, threats and forgery.
Following the hearing, Camara’s lawyer Youssouf Camara stated: “We disagree with the verdict, and we will appeal against it.”
Conversely, Koulibaly’s legal team said: “Titi Camara used fake documents to avoid sharing his estate with his wife.
“He accused her of adultery without any proof, and this damaged her dignity and feelings.
“The fact he has been found guilty is satisfying. The law has won.
“We will appeal to get an increased payment. The current amount won’t even pay the children’s school fees.”
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