Turkish actor, who played the role of Behram Pasha in the TV series “the Magnificent century” Adnan Koch was sentenced to 17 years in prison. The trial lasted more than two years, and the verdict was rendered on Tuesday, 4 February.
The actor is accused of armed resistance to police and possession of a controlled substance.
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During anti-drug operations near Istanbul, Adnan with five accomplices arrested. So, the personal belongings of the actor found the illegal substances that men tried to destroy. They also started armed resistance and even injured 6 police officers.
Advocates tried to defend the good name of the actor for 2 years. At this time, the actor actively acted in movies and developed his musical career, because the first success and recognition he received as a singer.
However, the court after careful study of the case appointed Adnan 16 years and 8 months in prison. However, the actor did not seem optimistic and has released a video message to fans, where he spoke about the launch of a new music show.
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