Dani Alves enters provisional prison at Brians 1 (Barcelona) for alleged sexual assault

The Mossos have arrested him this Friday and the judge has decreed provisional detention


Former Futbol Club Barcelona (FCB) player Dani Alves has entered the Brians 1 prison, in Sant Esteve Sesrovires (Barcelona), this Friday around 6:20 p.m. after the judge investigating him for allegedly sexually assaulting a young woman in the Sutton nightclub has sent him to provisional prison.

Penitentiary sources have explained to Europa Press that for now the player is in the income module.

There, the penitentiary professionals will visit him and at the beginning of next week they will decide in which module they will admit him.

The Investigating Court 15 of Barcelona has ordered provisional detention without bail for the footballer this Friday, in line with the request for a precautionary measure that the Prosecutor’s Office has made when the player has gone to court.

In the morning, Alves made a statement at the Mossos d’Esquadra police station in Les Corts, where he was detained, and then the Catalan police took him to the Ciutat de la Justicia to be brought before the courts.

The events occurred on the night of December 30 at a Barcelona nightclub, where the footballer allegedly sexually assaulted the 23-year-old girl.

At the time of the alleged assault, the girl notified the nightclub and those responsible for the venue contacted the Mossos, who took her to the Hospital Clínic in Barcelona.

This Friday morning, Alves went to the police station and was arrested in a police car a few minutes after 10 o’clock.

After declaring, he has been arrested in a Mossos car that he has taken to the Ciutat de la Justicia in Barcelona, ​​to make him available to the judge, who, after also hearing the complainant’s version, has sent him to provisional prison.

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