“It destroyed me, it destroyed me”: Kheira Hamraoui, through tears, talks about her family and her deceased father

It is an interview that some eagerly awaited the word of Kheira Hamraoui has gained importance in recent days. Everyone wants to know what the Paris Saint-Germain and France soccer player thinks about the incredible mess that surrounded her attack on November 4, 2021. If at first her teammate and teammate Aminata Diallo she was cleared of all suspicion, was eventually found in police custody and then prosecuted before being released last Wednesday. Accused of “aggravated violence” and “conspiracy to commit a crime”, she is now the number one suspect in the eyes of investigators.

So far, Kheira Hamraoui had only spoken very briefly into the RMC microphone, indicating her fear of seeing Aminata Diallo get out of prison, but this morning she decided to give a long television interview to BFMTV. Facing Bruce Toussaint, the 32-year-old brought up several topics, steadfastly refusing to mention Aminata Diallo during this exchange. However, he returned to the many rumors that have emerged about her in recent months and that have made her suffer a lot from her. “I had ten months of harassment and It is really terrible to see his name stained, my father’s name, who is no longer of this world… and that my father’s name be stained, it destroyed me, it annihilated me”says the young woman with tears in her eyes.

You see your brothers suffering, your mother suffering, it’s horrible. I really don’t wish that on anyone

Faced with the evocation of this father, Bruce Toussaint then launches the athlete on her family, asking her to describe how they lived through this period and Kheira Hamraoui does not weigh her words… “It was terrible for my family… terrible… you see your brothers suffering, your mother suffering, it’s horrible. I really don’t wish that on anyone.”, she lets go. The journalist continues her question by talking about her club, PSG and the total lack of support she received, since she was away from the group for many months. “It hurts… I’m very very bad”he concludes, his voice marked by emotion.

Aminata Diallo continues to be presumed innocent of the charges against her until the definitive closure of this case.

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