Kurt Zouma was sentenced to 180 hours of community service for violence against his cat and spoke for the first time in the club’s media. The French international expresses his remorse.
For the first time since the revelation of the video showing him abusing his cat, Kurt Zouma breaks his silence. Asked by the West Ham media, the French international confided his regrets after this episode.
“It was a difficult time for me and my family. Obviously I did something very wrong and I still apologize for what I did. I know it was very difficult for the people to see this and I Of course I’m sorry,” he said. “I have a lot of regret about it and now I’m trying to move on with my family and look to the future. That’s the most important thing I would say. Obviously I had the support of many, many people around me who helped to. I have to stay focused on football and I try to stay happy.”
Sentenced to 180 hours of community service
The West Ham defender was able to count on the support of those close to him to focus on football again. “The club has been fantastic for me, the support I have received from my team-mates, the staff and everyone at the club, even the fans, has been unreal and they have helped me stay focused on the game. do my best on the pitch all the time , and of course I can’t thank them enough for what they did. This club is like my family.”
Kurt Zouma has been sentenced to 180 hours of community service for abusing his cat. The 27-year-old player who pleaded guilty before the criminal court, was also banned from owning a cat for five years. His brother, Yoan, who filmed the video, has been sentenced to 140 hours of community service.