The 33-year-old, despite pleading a different story, has received his sentence, whilst his club and the FCF have declined to comment on the matter as yet.
Mohammadou Idrissou, striker for 1. FC Kaiserslautern and the Cameroon national team, has been handed a restraining order by Frankfurt District court.
The player was found guilty of harassment and death-threats directed towards his former partner, who remained unnamed.
German newspaper RP Online states that the sentence dictates that Idrissou may not encroach within 75m of the Complainant or her home.
Kaiserslautern have largely declined to comment on the issue, with spokesman Christian Gruber stating “No comment” whilst first team manager Stefan Kuntz simply stated that it was a “Private matter of the player”.
Idrissou has remained silent on the matter, but his lawyer has spoken out on his behalf. He says that the Complainant stole cash and valuables from Idrissou’s home equating to a figure in the high five-digit range.
However, in court it was simply Idrissou’s word against his former partner’s, and the verdict sided against him.
Idrissou is currently serving a three match suspension at club level, after catching a VfR Aalen player with his elbow.
It remains to be seen whether or not Idrissou will receive a call up to the Cameroon side for their crunch tie at home to Libya on September 8th. The Indomitable Lions are just one point ahead of Libya as they enter their final 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying match, with a win or a draw enough to see them progress.