Boateng leaves Bayern Munich squad at Club World Cup after death of ex-girlfriend
Jerome Boateng has actually left Bayern Munich’s camp at the Club World Cup in Qatar, head coach Hansi Flick has actually confirmed, after the death of the defender’s ex-girlfriend.
Kasia Lenhardt was discovered dead in Berlin at the age of 25, just one week after she and Boateng revealed their separation on social media.
Boateng will miss out on Bayern’s Club World Cup last match versus Tigres on Thursday.
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On Wednesday, Flick confirmed Boateng would be leaving Bayern’s camp, saying: “Jerome concerned my room and asked if he could go home. He will not be offered to us until further notice.”
Polish-born Kasia Lenhardt increased to popularity as a candidate on Germany’s variation of “Next Leading Model” in 2012. She and Boateng dated for more than a year.
In her final post on Instagram after the couple’s separation had actually been revealed, she wrote: “Now is where you draw the line. Enough.”
Lenhardt was discovered in the Charlottenburg neighbourhood of Berlin on Tuesday night, with cops saying they believe she passed away by suicide.
” Yesterday at around 8:30 pm there was an authorities operation in Charlottenburg on suspicion of suicide,” Berlin cops stated in a statement to Bild. “There are no signs of third-party neglect.”
The couple dated for more than a year but were recently involved in a really public and unpleasant split.
Bild reported last month that Lenhardt had actually been associated with a cars and truck accident in Boateng’s cars and truck, which she implicated him of “lying” and “cheating.”.
On February 2, Boateng revealed the pair had actually divided in a now-deleted post on Instagram.