Former Spain and Manchester City midfielder David Silva was found guilty of injuring a woman in a collision, a Spanish court announced.
According to court documents seen by The Associated Press on Thursday, the incident happened on June 19 during a carnival in the Canary Islands when a fight broke out between a group of people and Silva and his colleagues.
The court heard Silva, who forced the woman to drag her and hold her, “prompted her to fall.”
She suffered back pain, cuts and bruises to her elbows and knees that required treatment.
The court fined Silva 1,080 euros ($1,066) for injuring the woman.
Two other men were found guilty of causing bodily harm. One was fined and the other was fined and imprisoned for eight months.
Silva has played for La Liga side Real Sociedad since 2020. The 36-year-old is a World Cup winner and four Premier League titles during his time at City.