The burglary trial of the pillar of the XV of France Mohamed Haouas should finally take place on February 4. Initially scheduled for January 29, 2021, the trial is subject to a fourth postponement. “The hearing of January 7 is overloaded”, evokes the lawyer of the player of Montpellier, Marc Gallix. This new date is set two days before the reception of Italy on behalf of the VI Nations tournament.
In September, Mohamed Haouas’ lawyer spoke of his client’s disappointment after a previous postponement of the trial. He then explained that he wanted to “get rid of it” as soon as possible. “It’s all old for him.”
Burglaries of tobacco shops
Arrested in 2014 at the age of 20 and detained for four days in a remand center as part of the investigation into a series of burglaries in tobacco shops, the rugby player was dismissed for theft from a break-in meeting.