The former president of Spanish football faces 2.5 years in prison for kissing a football player 18:45

Former President of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, may be sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for kissing Spanish national team player Jennifer Hermoso. This was reported by marca.

According to the source, prosecutors requested a 2.5-year prison sentence for Rubiales. Additionally, former women’s team coach Jorge Wilde, former RFEF marketing director Ruben Rivera and men’s team director Albert Luca also face 1.5 years in prison. They are charged with coercion.

At the award ceremony held after the 2023 World Cup final, in which the Spanish team defeated the English team 1-0, Luis Rubiales, who was happy with the victory of the national team, hugged football player Jennifer Hermoso and kissed her on the lips. Many journalists and fans criticized Rubiales, calling his behavior extreme.

The International Football Federation (FIFA) filed a disciplinary case against the official. On September 11, under public pressure, Rubiales was forced to leave his post.

Previously captain of the Spanish national team said About the pain I felt after kissing Rubiales.

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Source: Gazeta


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