The outlook for Brazilian footballer Dani Alves is increasingly complicated. The player is in Brians 2 prison awaiting a trial against him, after being accused of sexual assault on a 23-year-old girl.
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The player’s defense hoped that the footballer would be given provisional release, but the court denied the request, considering that, due to economic power, there was a “high risk of flight.”
In the last hours, unpublished details of the life that Dani Alves would lead were known. in prison. As indicated by the Servimedia portal, the historic winger would be promoting soccer matches among the inmates.
It is said that Alves himself would have been the protagonist in one of those matches and would have even scored two goals that were highly celebrated by his teammates.
Now, as reported by Elcaso.com and Mundo Deportivo of Spain replied, “trafficking” inside the prison involving the soccer player would have been uncovered.
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The arrival of Dani Alves to Brian’s 2 would have shot in jail the “trafficking of Barcelona shirts”.
Apparently, shirts with the player’s name, who won 23 titles with the Catalan club, are being sent to jail for him to sign.
The press information indicates how the mechanism is. They report that there is an inmate with access to the Brazilian who would be in charge of gathering all the Barcelona shirts that arrive at the jail, whether they belong to relatives and close friends of the inmates.
This “intermediary” has access to module 13 where the player is located, makes them sign for him and then redistributes them to their owners.
Apparently this inmate receives benefits such as tobacco or products that you need or are quoted inside.
Whether Alves knows or not is a mystery, but inside the jail there are those who take advantage of his presence there.
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