Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich arrested in Mallorca
06 August 2018 | 1:41 pm
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich appeared in court on the Spanish island of Mallorca on Saturday (August 4) after the German was arrested for illegally breaking into the home of his neighbour, actor and director Til Schweiger, local media reported sourcing police.
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