MICHO SLAPPED WITH 3 YEARS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT
Former Zambia National Soccer team and current Uganda coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic has been found guilty of two charges of sexual assault.
He’s been sentenced to 3 years imprisonment, which are suspended for 5 years.
Sredojevic was accused of sexually assaulting a 39-year-old woman during the 2020 COSAFA Cup tournament which was held in the Eastern Cape.
According to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), the sexual assault happened at Wolfson Stadium when the woman delivered coffee to Sredojevic and his colleagues.
Upon delivering coffee, the victim allegedly asked Sredojevic if he wanted sugar with his coffee but the Serbian mentor said no, before allegedly saying he wanted ‘another type of sugar’ while pointing at the woman’s private parts.