Viafara who played for Southampton and Portsmouth between 2005 and 2008 in November 2020, was recently sentenced to 11 years in prison after he was caught smuggling cocaine.
Reports claimed that he was arrested at the airport after he was captured trying to smuggle cocaine into the United States of America.
Following the country’s laws, he was sued immediately which gave a shocking result of 11 years in prison as his penalty.
He was allegedly accused of importing two tonnes of cocaine worth £21m into the United States.
Football lovers couldn’t hold their nerves and dished their disappointment on him having played in the premier league before.
Prosecutors also recounted that the player has been under investigation for three years which has best describe their confidence in arresting him.
In his words, he said:
“The defendant in this case had it all, worldwide fame, wealth, and stature – despite all of this, he chose to use his talents to advance the evil of the drug trade,”
“Traffickers should take note, no matter who you are; no matter where in the world you live; the United States will prosecute you if you join in a conspiracy to send drugs to our country.“