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VIDAL JAIL THREAT Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal could face up to ten years in jail for ‘GBH’ after club brawl

Chilean allegedly threw several glasses to the floor, stood on the table and launched himself at several guests and security
BAYERN MUNICH star Arturo Vidal could be facing up to ten years behind bars for GBH following his involvement in a nightclub brawl.
The Munich Public Prosecutor's Office have charged the 31-year-old and his younger brother Sandrino.
 Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal could face upto ten years in jail
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Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal could face upto ten years in jail
Prosecutor's office spokesman Florian Weinzierl confirmed that the indictment of Vidal has been raised to charges of grievous bodily harm – which could land the Chilean a sentence of anywhere between six months and a decade in jail over the September 2017 incident.
Weinzierl said: "We accuse him of having hit two people with together with one accomplice.
"Acting in complicity raised the charges from bodily harm to grievously bodily  harm."
The alleged attack occurred on September 16 2017 after he went to Munich’s famous Oktoberfest  to celebrate Bayern's 4-0 win over Mainz.
 The Chilean has been charged with GBH after a nightclub brawl
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The Chilean has been charged with GBH after a nightclub brawl
 The alleged incident took place at popular Munich nightspot Crown's Club
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The alleged incident took place at popular Munich nightspot Crown's Club
 Arturo Vidal could potentially be facing a sentence between six months and ten years behind bars
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Arturo Vidal could potentially be facing a sentence between six months and ten years behind bars
Later that evening the reported Manchester UnitedChelsea and Juventus target continued the party in the VIP lounge of Crown's Club.
Eyewitnesses claim that Vidal, Sandrino and their friends were highly intoxicated and soon became aggressive.

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The midfielder allegedly threw several glasses to the floor, stood on the table and launched himself at several guests.
He and his entourage then became even more aggressive when security arrived on the scene to try and defuse the situation, and brawl ensued.
Glasses were claimed to have been thrown as well as several punches.
One person then was injured after being struck in the head by a bottle of vodka.
In October 2014 Vidal was involved in a brawl at a Turin nightclub and is claimed to have arrived intoxicated at training multiple times, with his old side Juve fining him around £89,000.
 The Chilean's brother was also allegedly involved in the brawl
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The Chilean's brother was also allegedly involved in the brawl
 Arturo Vidal, centre, has just celebrated another Bundesliga title triumph with Bayern
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Arturo Vidal, centre, has just celebrated another Bundesliga title triumph with Bayern
 Vidal's former international boss has previously stated that the star 'likes a drink'
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Vidal's former international boss has previously stated that the star 'likes a drink'
His younger brother Sandrino has previously served time in jail back in 2016 after a fight in a nightclub.
Vidal's former Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli previously said Vidal “likes to drink and doesn't control himself” and is “a case for a medical specialist”.
Spokesman Weinzierl said the trial has not yet been scheduled.
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