After the investigations into Eintracht Frankfurt President Peter Fischer for the acquisition and possession of cocaine, his lawyer defended himself.
“It will turn out that the whole thing is a huge air number,” said Stefan Eckel on Tuesday Picture. According to the newspaper, the Fischer side “apparently strengthened” left the file inspection on Tuesday.
The public prosecutor’s office in Frankfurt had initiated investigations against the 66-year-old, his wife and 25-year-old son on Monday. According to HR, Fischer’s younger son (13) is said to have used cocaine at school with a friend, and the friend’s mother informed the school and the police.
Fischer’s apartment was then searched at the end of January, and according to the HR report, the investigators found cocaine residues on the Eintracht President’s bedside table.
According to image information, the Fischer lawyer wants to make an admission to the public prosecutor’s office shortly because of the house search and because of the investigation. The reason is that the cocaine residues were found in a room that cannot be clearly assigned to Fischer. In addition, the urine test of the 13-year-old, who is said to have consumed cocaine with Fischer’s son, is said to have turned out negative for drugs.