This Wednesday, at night, Pablo Armero left the prison in which he was being held in Miami, after being tried for domestic aggression against his wife, whom he cut his hair by force last Monday after she refused to have sex with the soccer player.
The Colombian received a restraining order from the mother of his two children, María Elena Bazán, and they set him a bail of 1,500 dollars, according to the local channel ‘CBS’. The victim assured the police that this incident is part of a history of domestic violence by the soccer player, which was not called by coach José Pékerman for the Copa América Centenario that starts Friday with the match between the United States and Colombia.
Police went to the Hotel Metropolitan alerted by several complaints of guests due to the scandal recorded in one of the rooms. According to the police report, in another room where his two children accompanied by another adult. The agents said in their report that they “found human hair on the floor of the hotel room” and a woman “without part of her hair” who, while crying, assured them that she had been attacked by the 29-year-old defender.
The former player of Palmeiras and Flamengo Brazilians and Naples and Milan Italians took a hair clipper and, after submitting his wife, cut part of it, according to the police report. According to the investigators, Armero indicated that he and his wife had a drink and that when they arrived at the hotel she asked him to cut his hair, a version that Bazán denied.