The £125,000-per-week defender expected some sort of punishment after pleading guilty last week to two counts under the Animal Welfare Act, but was ONLY was sentenced to 180 hours community service and banned from keeping cats for five years after he admitted kicking and slapping his pet cat.
We know he 'voluntarily' donated cash to an (unnamed) animal charity when the video went public but there's NO FINE, NO PRISON in his "Punishment".
One rule for the rich and famous, another for everyone else.
How is this meant to serve as a deterrent for others who might do the same?
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