“I will accept whatever comes… nothing scares me”: Dani Alves speaks from prison and they assure that he will request provisional release

Dani Alves, who last December played in the Qatar 2022 World Cup with Brazil, is still detained in module 13 of the Brians 2 prison, in Spain, after being accused of raping a 23-year-old woman on December 30. December at the Sutton nightclub in Barcelona. The novelty is that the right-back on this occasion will presumably request provisional release.

According to what was reported by the local newspaper The vanguardhis lawyer, Cristóbal Martell, will file an appeal in the next few hours.

The idea, in this sense, is that this appeal ensures “guarantees to the magistrates that the Brazilian will remain at his home in Barcelona for the necessary time until the trial is held.”

The article even suggests that among these “guarantees” is the use of “a telematic bracelet, the delivery of the passport, signing daily in court or depositing an amount of money”, in order to cover any financial responsibility that the judgment.

Anyway, waiting for this scenario, the days of Dani Alves do not present much more to tell. As has been known, he continues with his acclimatization to the prisoner regime and this contemplates that “there is no favorable treatment or exceptional measures,” according to the aforementioned media.

In fact, The vanguard He maintains that Alves, perhaps resigned, sent a message from prison: “I will accept whatever comes. I left home when I was barely 15 years old. I have overcome in my life very difficult and complicated situations. This will be one more that will pass. Nothing scares me.”

Finally, the outlet explains that the Brazilian soccer player assures that the sexual relations he had with the 23-year-old girl at the Sutton nightclub were “with the consent of the woman” and that his contradictions when declaring were due to “fear of revealing in public that he had been unfaithful to his wife.”