Dani Alves attends his first courtroom look after being launched on bail; receives insults

On Thursday, Dani Alves made his preliminary courtroom look in Barcelona following his launch from Brians 2 jail on Monday, having posted bail of 1 million euros.

Simply the place that cash got here from hasn’t been made public but, though on-line hypothesis has positioned the accountability on the door of Memphis Depay, one thing which he and his agent have vehemently denied.

As reported by TUDN, the former Pumas participant arrived on the Palace of Justice in Barcelona at 9:20 am native time, accompanied by his lawyer Ins Guardiola, and spent roughly 10 minutes contained in the constructing.

Alves attended the listening to on at the present time because of the requirement to seem each Friday earlier than the secretary of part 21a, except for public holidays, the place the earlier working day applies.

Extra precautionary measures imposed on the previous Barcelona participant embody surrendering each his Brazilian and Spanish passports and a prohibition from leaving the nation.

What particulars emerged on Thursday?

Initially sentenced to 4 years and 6 months in jail, Alves confronted accusations of assaulting a younger lady within the loos of the Sutton nightclub in Barcelona on December 30, 2022. He served 14 months in jail till his launch on parole on Monday.

On the conclusion of his courtroom look, Dani Alves, accompanied by his lawyer, walked from the Palace of Justice to his awaiting automobile. Regardless of being calm and ignoring the calls from the press on the opposite aspect of the road, Alves confronted insults from a passerby who labeled him a “rapist” and made threatening remarks, captured in a video by MARCA.

Alves remained composed and swiftly entered his automobile, pushed by a good friend, and departed from the scene.

In the meantime, the Barcelona Provincial Prosecutor’s Workplace lodged an enchantment towards Alves’ launch on bail, citing issues concerning the potential threat of flight, particularly in mild of the prevailing conviction.

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