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Achraf Hakimi wife loses divorce case after footballer registered wealth in mother’s name





Hiba Abouk, the wife of Moroccan footballer Achraf Hakimi loses a divorce settlement case seeking half of his wealth after it was revealed that the footballer does not own anything.

Hiba had filed for divorce in a court in Paris following rape allegations on Achraf Hakimi. Abouk had to walk away empty hand. To the surprise of Spanish wife Hiba Abouk, the Moroccan player did not own any property or money in the bank, or so as informed by the court. Interestingly, the footballer has registered his fortune in the name of his mother.

French prosecutors said in March that 24-year-old Hakimi had been indicted in rape charges after being questioned by investigators. Abouk was holidaying in Dubai with her two children at the time when Hakimi was indicted in the case. She decided to part ways with her husband. Hiba Abouk and Achraf Hakimi got married in February 2020.

Media reported that Achraf Hakimi owns nothing even his PSG salary has been registered under his mother’s name.

According to the Morocco World News reported last year Moroccan footballer was the sixth highest paid African footballer earning more than $215,000 a week. Hakimi’s wealth is estimated to be around $70 million, as per media reports.

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Abouk was left shocked after hearing that his cars, jewelry, and properties have been registered under his mother’s name.





Hakimi’s lawyers say that her client being indicted in the rape case was an important step as it will help defend himself.

Hakimi was accused of rape charges in February and his wife Hiba Abouk did not appear to publicly defend him. Hiba Abouk is a Spanish model of Libyan and Tunisian descent.

Her parents came to Spain after emigrating from Tunisia and had four children, with Hiba being the youngest of the brood. She had also earned a degree in Arabic philology and drama from the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático – a drama school in Madrid, Spain.