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Benzema

24 Nov
France and Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema was found guilty of complicity in the attempted blackmail of a former international team mate over a sex tape on Wednesday and sentenced to a one-year suspended jail term. He was also fined 75,000 euros ($84,170). Benzema's lawyer said the player would appeal against the verdict.
20 Oct
Soccer star Benzema to face trial in sex tape case
12 Jan
Investigators allege Karim Benzema encouraged Matthieu Valbuena to pay blackmailers to avoid the tape being made public.
2 Nov 2020
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said that the issues between players Vinicius Junior and Karim Benzema have been cleared up, whilst speaking at a press conference in Madrid, on Friday.
22 Nov 2019
Here are five things you should know ahead of matchday 14 in La Liga.
16 Apr 2019
Benzema's playing well but we should have done better - Zidane

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