Spanish model Joana Sanz, wife of Brazilian player Daniel Alves, published a video at the function stories from your Instagram this Monday to thank you for the messages received in recent days. In addition to the recent death of her mother, she deals with the right-back’s arrest in Barcelona, accused of sexual assault against a 23-year-old woman on December 30.
“I’m making this video so that you can see me, because I know that there are a lot of people worried. Now I’ve had a moment of calm within the storm that is descending on me and I want to take the opportunity to thank so many people who are supporting me”, he began. the model.
“There are so many precious messages that not even in the best self-help, overcoming, or encouraging books are there words so beautiful and full of affection. I’m reading them all and they comfort me a lot, people who take their time to write something so beautiful. Really, a lot thank you,” he added.
Earlier, Joana published a long message to her mother, who passed away about a week ago. After the player’s remand, she wrote that she had lost “the two pillars” of her life. Also on Monday, she wrote: “heart, endure so much pain, please.”
By the end of the week, the model asked for privacy to the communication vehicles that are in front of your house. “Have a little empathy instead of seeking so much news in the pain of others,” he wrote at the time.
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Daniel Alves was arrested last Friday after voluntarily giving testimony to the police in Barcelona, Spain, on a charge of sexual assault against a 23-year-old girl at a local nightclub, named Sutton.
The Catalan authorities have informed that the player must remain detained until the trial of the case takes place, still without a defined date. Later that day, Mexico’s Pumas announced the 39-year-old’s contract termination.
The judge in the case, Maria Concepción Canton Martín, ordered Daniel Alves to be held in custody without bail, at the request of the Public Ministry. It was she who heard all the testimonies (from the complainant, Daniel and a friend of the athlete who was present at the nightclub) and had access to the evidence presented by the young woman.
Daniel Alves denies all accusations, but has changed his version of events at least three times. He was taken to the Brians 1 Penitentiary Center, on the outskirts of Barcelona, but on Monday, ended up moving to Brians 2 for security reasons. If convicted, the player could face a sentence of up to 15 years.
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