Rape convict Dani Alves threw a party after being released from prison 18:51

Former Barcelona and Brazil defender Dani Alves organized a party after being released on bail from prison in his rape case. The publication reports that TyC Sports.

According to the source, after dinner at a restaurant, a party was held at Alves’ house, which lasted until 5 a.m. to celebrate the birthday of the actor’s father. Guests invited to the party came to Alves’ house wearing masks and headgear to protect their privacy.

Alves was released from prison on March 25. In addition to paying bail, he also surrendered his two passports, Brazilian and Spanish, through his defense. The football player will not be able to leave the country. He must report to the court once a week.

Alves has been in prison for the last 14 months.

On February 22, 2024, former Brazil and Barcelona defender Dani Alves was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison for rape. In January 2023, the football player was taken into custody after a woman contacted the police, stating that the football player put his hand under her underwear at a nightclub in Barcelona on December 30.

happened before knownThe football player who paid Dani Alves’ bail fee of 1 million euros.

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Source: Gazeta

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