- Kurt Zouma has tendered an apology after video showed him maltreating a cat pet in his mansion in London
- The video was recorded by Kurt Zouma's brother and the former Chelsea star was spotted in angry mood kicking the cat
- Zouma explained that the action was an isolated one urging people who are angry about it to forgive him
Kurt Zouma who plays for West Ham United could be facing serious prosecution after being spotted angrily kicking and slapping his pet cat in his kitchen at his mansion.
West Ham United are even said to have frowned at the action done by Kurt Zouma, but those in charge of the English club said they will deal with the matter internally.
What was Zouma's reason for kicking the cat pet?
In the video making waves on social media, the former Chelsea star can be seen attacking his cat pet with the main reason for doing so still unknown.
According to the report on UK Sun and GOAL, Zouma was being filmed by his brother when the former Chelsea star was busy kicking and slapping his pet cat.
The reports added that Zouma has tendered an apology to all the people who were hurt with how he kicked his pet cat.
Kurt Zouma's reaction to kicking his pet cat
“I want to apologise for my actions. There are no excuses for my behaviour, which I sincerely regret.
“I also want to say how deeply sorry I am to anyone who was upset by the video. I would like to assure everyone that our two cats are perfectly fine and healthy.
“They are loved and cherished by our entire family, and this behaviour was an isolated incident that will not happen again.”
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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Chelsea who are Premier League giants arrived the United Arab Emirates without their gaffer Thomas Tuchel for their campaign in the Club World Cup.
And in the 23-man squad announced by the Stamford Bridge landlords, Reece James was among the players who arrived UAR ahead of their first match on Wednesday, February 9.
Before the Blues traveled out of England, manager Thomas Tuchel was said to have been tested again for COVID-19 and the result returned positive and he is currently self-isolating.
Chelsea will be boosted with the return of Reece James who has not played for the Blues since getting injured in December.