Former Premier League striker Bosko Balaban has been sentenced to one year in prison in his native Croatia after failing to pay his ex-wife £70,000.
Balaban married Iva Radic, a model who was named Miss Croatia back in 1995, and the two had three children together in more than a decade of marriage.
The couple divorced in 2017 and Balaban was given a two-year window to pay off alimony debts totalling £70,000.
The former footballer refused to give her the money and according to HLN, the 45-year-old will now be sent to jail for one year in January.
A court in Zagreb gave him a one-year prison sentence and an additional four years of probation.
The 45-year-old is currently working as a football agent and represents Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric.
This comes after a career as a striker, one in which he played 35 times for Croatia.
Balaban also had a very brief spell in English football back in 2001, signing for Aston Villa as part of a £5.8m deal with Dinamo Zagreb.