Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s home in Stockholm was vandalized in November. The word “Judas” was smeared with spray paint on the superstar’s door and a well-known bad-smelling acid lacquer had been left on his stairs.
According to SVT A 35-year-old man who chased Ibrahimovic’s home has now been convicted of damages. The man was sentenced to parole and a 30-day fine.
He will have to pay Ibrahimovic EUR 287 in damages and EUR 76 in the Crime Victims Fund.
The blunder came after Ibrahimovic from Malmö announced that he had bought about a quarter of the football team from Hammarby IF.
The man said during interrogations that Ibrahimovic was his idol. However, the man was angry to hear that the superstar had placed Hammarby, not his former companion.
The solution also angered Malmö FF’s supporters. The statue of the superstar in Malmö was broken shortly after the Hammarby news.
Zlatan currently represents AC Milan. He started the season well by scoring three goals in two matches. However, the 38-year-old veteran became infected with the coronavirus and was sidelined.