Paris Saint German star has been given a two-month suspended sentence by a French court for violence against a police officer.
Serge Aurier appeared at the Correctional Court in Paris today to face charges over an incident outside a nightclub in May.
The Ivorian defender was arrested following an argument with the police near the Champs-Elysees in the early hours of May 30 and placed in a holding cell for "using violence on a police officer."
The suspended sentence means the Ivorian defender will perform community service rather than spend time in jail.
Aurier has also been handed a £521 fine and ordered to pay £1,300 in court costs.
However, the Ivorian will join his teammates as they travel to Bulgaria for their UEFA Champions League group tie against Ludogorets.
Aurier's lawyer Claire Boutard de la Combe hints at appealing against the ruling and insists his client is not guilty so must be acquitted.
Meanwhile, a statement issued by PSG says they have taken note of the ruling but would presume the player innocent as the case is ongoing.
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