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Clinton Njie at the verge of 5-year jail sentence for possession of fake driver’s license in France

Clinton Njie has got pace on the pitch, with his car he can also accelerate too. On July 22, the OM striker was pulled over in Marseille in his Bentley because of over speeding. Info France 3 reports that he was stopped by patrol policemen who demanded his License and registration.  The Cameroonian then presented the gray card of the vehicle which belongs to OM and an English license that seems suspicious at the time, but he was allowed to hit the road again.
Shots of the license were sent to a counterfeit specialist, who has now come forward to reveal that Njie was in possession of  a “counterfeit bad bill”.  Info France 3 shared a picture of the fake license on twitter on Thursday. 
INFO FRANCE 3. Le joueur de l’Olympique de Marseille Clinton Njie arrêté en possession d’un permis de conduire contrefait

— franceinfo (@franceinfo) October 25, 2018

The player’s agent sent France 3 a photo of an international license to prove that it is now in order, stateing that “The cops will summon him and fine him, but in three months everyone will have forgotten”. 
However according to Info France 3, driving with a false license can result in a 5-year prison sentence and a 75,000-euro fine.
Olympique de Marseille have not made an official statement regarding the issue which they consider it a private matter, but have made a comment that, they have a “perfectly valid” copy of Njie’s license.
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