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>In August Martina Hingis made her comeback in doubles, now the first scandal is already lurking. Together with her mother Melanie Molitorova, Hingis is said to have beaten her husband Thibault Hutin. However, not on the tennis court, but in a private dispute at home in Feusisberg, Switzerland.
>According to information from the "Neue Züricher Zeitung", the Schwyz cantonal police confirmed Hutin's call for help and physical altercations. Hutin stated that he was beaten and scratched by Hingis and her mother. In the end, Mario Widmer, Molitor's partner and Hingis manager, pulled a DVD player over his head. In addition, his passport and credit card were stolen, which he only got back with difficulty. Hutin has not yet filed a criminal complaint.
>Hingis, who turns 33 on Monday, explained to the media in the summer that she had cheated on her husband. Previously, the six-year-old French show jumper Hutin said he wanted to surprise Hingis in New York shortly after their wedding in December 2010 and therefore arrived a day early. The surprise was successful, she would not have been alone in the hotel room. Meanwhile, Spanish sports manager David Tosas Ros is the new man in Hingis' life.
>Hutin told the police that he had recently received a text message threatening that Russians would be sent after him. Last Friday someone tampered with his car in the garage of the shared apartment. "Because only Martina has a key apart from me, there is only one possible perpetrator for me," says Hutin.