Assassin’s Creed stuntmen face prison for police attack

FOUR stuntmen taking part in the film based on the ‘Assassin’s Creed’ videogame are facing six months each in prison for attacking police officers in Almeria.

The police were called to the Barceló Cabo de Gata hotel in Almeria where the men, one Spanish, one British and two Lithuanians, were reportedly causing damage. 

The crew began working in the province in December and hotel staff called the police for help after they began wrecking part of the facilities when their request to keep the bar where they were partying open for longer was declined. 

Shortly after midnight, National Police arrived and one of them was beaten by some of the clients. He called for back-up and four officers were injured. 

The alleged attackers are also facing three-month fines of €12 per day. Only the Spanish national attended the trial, as the others are back in their countries of origin, but their lawyers were present. The hotel did not appear as private prosecution. 


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