A professional footballer and his partner were arrested for possession of “100 kilos” of cocaine at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport

A foot­baller and his part­ner were arrest­ed at Charles de Gaulle air­port in Paris with up to 100kg of cocaine in their luggage.

Jean-Manuel Nedra, 29, plays for Aiglon du Lamentin in the Mar­tinique 1st division.

Nedra and his team­mates were arrest­ed on Sun­day after more than 100kg of cocaine was found in a suitcase.

French dai­ly Le Parisien said he was tak­en into cus­tody after being hand­ed over to an exam­in­er at the local pub­lic pros­e­cu­tor’s office.

his part­ner was released.

“We have learned that one of our play­ers has been arrest­ed on drug traf­fick­ing charges in Rois­sy with­out know­ing the extent of his involve­ment,” a club state­ment issued to local media said.

“Let us be stronger than ever, con­tin­ue our edu­ca­tion­al work through sport, and come togeth­er to fight this scourge and to pro­tect and raise aware­ness among young peo­ple about the risks, con­se­quences and abuse of this medi­um,” he said. I’m here.

He was report­ed­ly trav­el­ing on a per­son­al capac­i­ty when he was arrested.

Mid­field­er Nedra is inter­na­tion­al­ly active for Martinique.

He made his debut in the French Over­seas Ter­ri­to­ry in 2012.

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