Globo is accused of paying bail for Daniel Alves in Spain; group denies

Globo is accused of paying bail for Daniel Alves in Spain; group denies
Globo is accused of paying bail for Daniel Alves in Spain; group denies
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In a statement, the group denied participation in the ex-player’s release: “we would like to clarify that it does not correspond to the truth and we do not pay for any report produced”, it says

April 1, 2024, 9:33 amUpdated April 1, 2024, 9:53 am

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247 – Grupo Globo went public this Sunday (31) to refute the allegations that Quem magazine, which it owns, had paid the bail that ensured the provisional freedom of former player Daniel Alves, highlights the website Na Telinha. The information, initially released by Spanish journalist Marisa Blázquez, from the Telecinco channel, and widely shared on social media, was denied by the company in an official statement.

Through a statement published in Jornal O Globo, the company clarified that “the fake news that is being shared that Quem would have paid for the bail of the player Daniel Alves, we would like to clarify that it does not correspond to the truth and we do not pay for any report produced, given its journalistic nature.” The statement also emphasized that there was no contact from the Spanish journalist to confirm the veracity of the information.

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Daniel Alves, former right-back for the Brazilian national team, was sentenced to four years in prison for rape, triggering a legal process that resulted in his release upon payment of millionaire bail. Initially, rumors suggested that player Neymar’s family would have borne the bail costs, however, this speculation was denied by Neymar’s father.

Although the identity of the financiers remains unclear, Spanish media outlets mentioned that friends and family of Daniel Alves were organizing the payment, without providing specific names.

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The former player’s provisional release is conditional on compliance with a series of requirements determined by the court, including the prohibition of leaving Spanish territory, the surrender of his Brazilian and Spanish passports, and maintaining distance from the victim, in addition to other obligations judicial.

Daniel Alves is also required to appear weekly at the Barcelona Provincial Court, where his case is ongoing, with the aim of ensuring compliance with legal determinations and respect for the rights of the victim involved in the process.

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