Heavenly messenger Cabrera, a Masters and U.S. Open hero, was condemned Wednesday in an Argentina court to two years in jail in the wake of being sentenced for attacking a lady with whom he in the past had a relationship.
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Cabrera, 51, had been seen as blameworthy of attacking, undermining and irritating Cecilia Torres Mana, his accomplice from 2016 to 2018. Cabrera denied bad behavior during his preliminary in the area of Cordoba, which is approximately 500 miles from Buenos Aires. He was to start serving the term right away.
“His circumstance is considerably more perplexing than this, he has different charges for which there are capture warrants, as well,” investigator Laura Battistelli revealed to Todo Noticias (through the Associated Press). “There are different casualties.”
Those incorporate his ex, Silva Rivadero, and another previous accomplice, Micaela Escudero, who guarantee he attacked them. The primary charges, in any case, were for attacking Torres Mana, who said he punched and compromised her and endeavored to run her over with his vehicle in 2016, as per Argentina media.
The Cordoba area mentioned Cabrera’s capture when he went to the United States last July without authorization, and he was captured by Interpol specialists in January in Rio de Janeiro, then, at that point removed to Argentina.
Argentina’s best golf player, Cabrera beat Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk in winning the 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmont by a single shot. After two years, he won a Masters season finisher against Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell; he lost a Masters season finisher to Adam Scott in 2013.