Ashley Smith, 30, who wanted to rob the Arsenal Mesut Özil-Sead Kolašinac duo in North London this July, was found guilty and sentenced on Friday to ten years in prison at the Crown Court in Harrow.
He's at the trial Ashley Smith he admitted that he wanted to rob the footballer Arsenal, and more precisely to take an expensive watch worth about 230,000 euros. Despite his motor assistant, he didn't do it after being protected by a Bosnian footballer Sead Kolašinac.
A few days ago, full material from one of the cameras shooting to attack the player Arsenal appeared. It follows that two masked men driving the engine drive to Özil's car and threaten Kolašinac with sharp blades. Since he did not bend under pressure, one of them touched his hand several times. He wasn't scared and scolded them with a bold answer. Partner, 26 years old Jordan Northover he also admitted that he was involved in the attack, but the court has not yet delivered the (potential) judgment. Judge Ian Borune he said in a sentence that Ashley Smith was an old police acquaintance and that he was a "professional criminal" accompanied by a high ten-year prison sentence.
You can watch the clip from the attack on the Arsenal duo in the embedded video below.