The rapper had traveled from Munich, but he came to remain silent: Michael “Shindy” Schindler completely refused to testify as a witness in the trial against Arafat Abou-Chaker – with reference to criminal tax proceedings against him
It is about business relationships with Arafat Abou-Chaker and Bushido. But the 33-year-old should have answered a few questions from the judges’ point of view. They imposed a fine of 1,000 euros, alternatively eight days of imprisonment.
Shindy’s attorney lodged a complaint. The prosecutor had even applied for six months’ preventive detention. The court withdrew the decision on it.
Bushido, whose real name is Anis Ferchichi, and his long-term business partner Arafat Abou-Chaker have been sitting opposite each other in the courtroom since August 2020.
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It is about alleged crimes against rapper Bushido after he broke business relationships with the clan boss in September 2017.
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He is said not to have accepted the separation and demanded millions of dollars. The musician was locked in an office in January 2018 and attacked with a chair and water bottle.
On the 75th day of the trial, Bushido (43) was once again in the room. He is the most important witness and joint plaintiff. In a week he will probably be questioned again as a witness. It should then go to an explosive sound recording.