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Dani Alves GUILTY of raping woman in club bathroom after bombshell trial


EX -Barcelona star Dani Alves has been found guilty of raping a woman in a Barcelona nightclub.

The footballer has been sentenced to four and a half years behind bars.

Alves appeared before court earlier this month and denied all the claims


Alves appeared before court earlier this month and denied all the claimsCredit: Reuters
The footballer was accused of raping a woman in the toilet of a nightclub in Barcelona


The footballer was accused of raping a woman in the toilet of a nightclub in BarcelonaCredit: Reuters

In a trial held in Barcelona earlier this month, the footballer denied the allegations and said the encounter had been consensual. 

The trial, held at Barcelona’s Audiencia Provincial Court lasted three days with the alleged victim, witnesses, and experts testifying.

The Brazilian defender was accused of raping a woman in a Barcelona nightclub on December 30, 2022.

He has previously confirmed he had sex with a woman in the nightclub’s toilet but insisted it was consensual.

Alves has been held in pre-trial detention since his arrest in January 2023.

In a brief statement, the Barcelona court said Wednesday it had “summoned all parties in the Alves case, including the defendant, to appear in court for a so-called “notification procedure”.

His accuser told the prosecution that she had willingly entered the bathroom with him, but that he forced her to stay after she wanted to leave.

She claims that he was aggressive with her, slapping her and insulting her, and then forced her to have sex with him.

During the first day of the footballer’s trial a friend and cousin of his accuser claimed he also groped them in the VIP area.

The two women claim he then invited their friend, the alleged rape victim, to follow him through a separate door after flirting with her.

His ex-wife Joana Sanz told the court Alves Sanz told the court Alves “smelled of alcohol” and “he bumped into several pieces of furniture and collapsed on the bed” after arriving home the night of the alleged assault.

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But she said she didn’t want to talk to him because of “the state he was in”.

Alves has made repeated bail requests but they have all been turned down, with judges saying his alleged victim’s version of events was coherent and pointing out Alves had changed his story several times as the evidence authorities have against him has emerged.

In an exclusive interview from his cell in Brians 2 Prison near Barcelona last June with Spanish TV and newspaper reporter Mayka Navarro, he claimed: “The only person I have to ask for forgiveness is my wife, Joana Sanz.”

His ex-wife told the court he "smelled" of alcohol after arriving home that night


His ex-wife told the court he “smelled” of alcohol after arriving home that night

Timeline of Dani Alves’s case

December 30, 2022: A woman alleges she was sexually assaulted in the toilets of Sutton nightclub

January 1, 2023: Cops in Barcelona are investigating an alleged sexual assault in a nightclub involving Dani Alves.

January 5, 2023: Dani Alves’s alleged victim makes a formal complaint claiming she was sexually assaulted

CCTV footage shows Alves had been alone for 47 seconds in a toilet at the nightclub with his accuser

January 20, 2023: Alves had been remanded in custody by a judge in Barcelona

He initially denies ever meeting his accuser but later confirms they had sex in the nightclub’s toilets – but insists was consensual

January 31, 2023: His wife Joana Sanz, 29, demands divorce

February 8, 2023: It emerges that Alves is said to be receiving ‘VIP treatment’ in prison

March 17, 2023: Alves is going on hunger strike following split from wife

November 14, 2023: The footballer is ordered to stand trial for the alleged assault

November 24, 2023: Prosecutors demand nine years jail time and to pay the alleged victim  £130,000, if found guilty

February 5, 2024: Alves appears in court in Spain facing twelve years in jail

February 6 2024: Joana Sanz testified in court about a “drunk” phone call her husband made to her after the alleged assault

February 7 2024: Alves tells a Spanish court the encounter was consensual

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