VIDEO: Clip shows moment Dani Alves was taken to prison for raping 23-year-old woman in bathroom at nightclub in Sutton KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Friday, January 20, 2023

VIDEO: Clip shows moment Dani Alves was taken to prison for raping 23-year-old woman in bathroom at nightclub in Sutton

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Clip shows moment Dani Alves was taken to prison for raping 23-year-old woman in bathroom at nightclub in Sutton.

Brazilian soccer player Dani Alves was arrested in Barcelona on Friday after a woman said that he sexually assaulted her at a nightclub last month, according to ESPN.

Alves was taken into custody and transferred to a court in Barcelona after he returned to Spain from Mexico this week to give a statement to local police. According to ESPN, he will now appear before a judge, who will decide what next steps to take in the case. In Spain, a charge of sexual assault can range from unsolicited and unwanted sexual groping to rape. Police told the Associated Press that they could not give any additional details on the case at this time.

Local police first began to investigate the allegation after a woman filed a police report against the 39-year-old Jan. 2. In the report, the woman said that Alves touched her inappropriately under her clothes without consent while out at a nightclub Dec. 30.

The woman said she told the club’s security what happened, and local police were informed. Alves confirmed he was at the nightclub that night but denied any wrongdoing during an interview with Spanish television channel Antena 3 earlier this month.

“I would like to deny everything, first,” Alves said, per ESPN. “I was there, in that location, with more people, having a good time. Everybody knows that I love to dance. Having a good time, but without invading the space of others.

Alves had denied any wrongdoing several days before his arrest.

The former Barcelona star was taken into custody after he answered a police summons while in Spain. He was then escorted in a police car to the courthouse. State prosecutors had asked for him to be held without bail, and a judge agreed after charging him with sexual assault following several hours of testimony from him, the alleged victim and a witness, the court said. Unless that decision is reversed on appeal, Alves will remain in custody until trial at a still unspecified date.

“This is an institution that promotes respect and the correct, dignified and professional behavior of its male and female players both on and off the field because they are role models in Mexico and throughout the world,” Silva said. “We cannot permit any conduct that would damage our philosophy.”

A charge of sexual assault in Spain can mean anything from unsolicited and unwanted sexual groping to rape. Police and the court's press office said they could not give any details on the case. Rape can be subject to prison terms of up to 15 years under a new law passed last year.

Alves denied the allegations last week in a video he sent to Spanish television channel Antena 3. While acknowledging he had gone dancing at the club on the night of the alleged assault, he said he did not know the woman and was always “respectful” of others.

“I was there having a good time with other people,” Alves said. “Everyone who knows me knows that I like dancing. I was having a good time, but I never invaded the personal space of anyone. I always am respectful.”

The 39-year-old Alves is one of soccer’s most successful players, winning major titles with several elite clubs, including Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, over his long career. He also helped Brazil win two Copa America trophies — in 2007 and 2019 — and an Olympic gold medal at age 38.

Known for his creative play on the field, and a sharp wit and love of fashion off it, the right back has been one of soccer’s leading personalities for more than a decade.

The defender was a key part of Barcelona’s golden years playing between 2008-16 on the team’s right flank behind Lionel Messi. He won the Champions League three times with the Catalan club, which he briefly rejoined last season. He played at his third World Cup, the only major title he's not won, in December. 

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