Legal situation of Dani Alves is still in the news. The authorities are still holding the Brazilian footballer without releasing him on bond after charging him with rape.
The judge presiding over the case made the decree available to the cameras of “Codigo 10,” a show by “Cuatro,” over the course of the previous several hours. There were several lines that were incriminating.
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In reference to the actions of the footballer and the alleged victim, “it’s curious that, if everything was fine, as Dani Alves suggests, they neither spoke to each other nor looked at each other after leaving the bathroom.”
The decree questioned the Brazilian’s account of what happened before using the restroom, stating that “acting normally around him and conversing with him bears no relation to what happened in the bathroom, where there is no recording and the victim claims that Dani Alves raped her and forced her to have sex.”
The order also considers Alves’ potential flight risk, concluding that travelling to Brazil would put him outside the purview of Spanish law because Brazil won’t extradite its own people. He has huge resources, has no ties to our nation, and recently filed for divorce.