Quincy Promes: Former Netherland International Prosecuted For Drug Trafficking

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Ex-Netherland International Quincy Promes is set to face trial for supposedly smuggling 1,370 kilograms of cocaine.

The country’s public prosecutor’s office disclosed that Promes is said to have been involved in importing two sets of cocaine of about 650 kg and 713 kg each.

Based on a report from Dutch media outlet, NOS, the separate batches were blocked in Antwerp in January 2020.

Quincy Promes alongside a Dutchman in the same age bracket have both been indicted for importing cocaine via a port in Belgium.

Media outlets in Netherland have reported that initial hearing will take place on the 5th of June, 2023.

Quincy Promes
Quincy Promes to face trial for smuggling 1370kg of cocaine

Questioned by Dutch tabloid Parool over the matter, Quincy Promes’ legal representative Robert Malewicz refused to comment on the allegations.

However, Malewicz will give additional explanation during the hearing which would be held next Monday.

He said: “I will provide a further explanation during Monday’s hearing.”

Quincy Promes will not be at the hearing as he would be in action for Spartak Moscow, with the Russian Premier League ending on Saturday.

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The 31-year-old Dutchman is also facing an indictment of aggravated assault after he was accused of hurting a cousin in the knee with a knife.

The tussle ensued during a family event in Amsterdam in July 2020 and the Dutch court asked for a two-year prison sentence in March.

Quincy Promes had firstly been indicted with premeditated murder, although the judge reckoned there was no evidence to substantiate attempted murder.

The former Sevilla winger has in the past claimed his innocence over the matter, although, he has since been heard confessing to the stabbing in a police wire-tap.

The ending of this matter is likely to be heard on Monday, the 5th of June, 2023.

During the time, the accusation regarding attempted murder was levelled on him, Promes was playing for Ajax.

He afterwards made a switch to Spartak Moscow in February 2021 where he has made 78 appearances and scored 40 goals.

The move to Spartak Moscow in February 2021 was his second stint with the Russian club, having previously represented the Moscow based club from 2014 – 2018.

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He made 50 appearances for the Oranje of Netherland and scored 7 goals, after making his debut for the national team in January 2014.

His last appearance for Netherland came in August 2021 during a Euro 2020 encounter in the country’s round of 16 defeat to Czech Republic.

Quincy Promes is also facing trial for attempted murder
Promes is also facing trial for attempted murder

Who is Quincy Promes?

He is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as an attacker for Spartak Moscow.

When was the Spartak Moscow forward born?

Quincy Promes was born on the 4th of January 1992.

Is Quincy Promes married?

Promes is married to Jamie and they have three children together.

One of his children was born on 8 May 2017, just a few days after Spartak Moscow was crowned champions of the Russian Premier League.

Where does he live?

He resides in Moscow with his wife, their three children, his mother and his brother.

What is written in Quincy Promes visible abdomen tattoo?

He has many tattoos on his body; on his abdomen there is a tattoo captioned “I believe in God.”

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What charges is he currently facing?

Quincy Promes is facing charges of attempted murder and drug smuggling.

Quincy Promes’ net worth, Salary and Market value?

According to Salary Sport, the Dutchman’s net worth is estimated at around £18 – 20 million and he earns £39,000 every week.

Based on information from Transfermkt, Quincy Promes’ market value is €11 million.

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