Atletico's Hernandez given community service after domestic violence charge

After an incident involving the France Under-21 man and his ex-girlfriend on February 3, he has avoided jail time

Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez has been ordered to carry out 31 days of community service in relation to a domestic violence charge.

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The punishment comes after an incident involving Hernandez and his ex-girlfriend Amelia Llorente on February 3.

Llorente has been handed the same punishment, along with a €180 fine for causing damage to Hernandez's car.

The pair are also the subject of a mutual restraining order that stipulates they must not come within 500 metres of one another or communicate by any means for six months.

Prosecutors had requested a seven-month jail term for Hernandez and four months for Llorente.

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