A waiter, a porter and a good friend: the witnesses in the Daniel Alves case

The newspaper revealed who’re a few of the individuals heard in the investigation in opposition to the participant

The preventive detention of Daniel Alves, ordered on Friday (20), was not determined solely on the foundation of the sufferer’s model. The decide in cost of the case heard from different individuals who had been at the Sutton nightclub on December 30 when the participant was allegedly sexually assaulted. Among the witnesses are associates of the younger girl and workers of the nightclub.

The info is from the newspaper La Vanguardia, which describes in element how these individuals received concerned in the accusation. One of the sufferer’s associates mentioned Daniel Alves additionally groped her. According to the girl, Brazilian rubbed his personal elementstill she managed to interrupt away from the athlete.

Another witness interviewed by the investigation is the doorman of the evening membership. He mentioned the sufferer was “distressed” and exhibiting indicators that one thing had occurred. The supervisor of the nightclub additionally testified. He was liable for calling the police as quickly as he grew to become conscious of the incident.

A waiter who labored in Sutton’s VIP space additionally filed a report. He was liable for “informing” the sufferer about the “curiosity” of Daniel Alves.

The Brazilian participant has been remanded in preventive custody and with out bail following the ruling by Spanish decide Maria Concepcion Canton Martin final Friday (20). He is accused of sexually assaulting a girl in a nightclub in Barcelona. The episode is claimed to have occurred on December 30 final yr.

The arrest request was made by the Spanish Public Ministry and supported by the sufferer’s protection. The decide reasoned the resolution to arrest the participant that there’s a danger of flight as a result of the athlete not lives in Spain and has the monetary assets to depart there at any time. In addition, the nation doesn’t have an extradition settlement with Brazil.


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