The reason why Dani Alves has left Brians 2 prison without a suitcase

This Monday, at 4:25 p.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
24 March 2024 Sunday 22:54
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The reason why Dani Alves has left Brians 2 prison without a suitcase

This Monday, at 4:25 p.m., the Can Brians 2 prison witnessed the release of Dani Alves. The former FC Barcelona, ​​Sevilla and Mexican Pumas footballer has left the penitentiary center along with his lawyer, Inés Guardiola, after the defense deposited the bail of one million euros that was requested of him in his conviction for rape. The Brazilian has not given statements, but has left a curious image.

It was highlighted by Mayka Navarro, a journalist from La Vanguardia, in a connection with TardeAR, covering the news live from the prison in Sant Esteve Sesrovires. And Alves has left with his lawyers and several members of his family without a single suitcase or bag, with empty hands. According to Navarro, the athlete would have left his clothes in jail so they could use them.

For the last 14 months, Alves has been wearing different pieces of clothing that have been sent to Brians 2 on request. However, knowing he was free today, he would have been passing between his modules and many others in the complex, getting rid of the pieces, mostly sports, and giving them to other convicts. The official reasons for this decision are unknown, although this tradition is usually carried out with departing prisoners.

The release of the former player has left very polarized reactions and debates on social networks. Alves' initial sentence was four and a half years in prison for a crime of rape, but he has finally been released on bail of one million euros in the absence of a final sentence. Likewise, his passports have been taken away and he must appear in court weekly.

The possibility of Neymar da Silva Santos, father of his former teammate in Barça and the Brazilian team, paying said bail was also a cause of discussion and various doubts. However, the father himself took it upon himself to deny that possibility and rule out any contact with Alves. “It is a different situation from the previous one, in which the Spanish justice system has already decided the sentence,” the businessman expressed in recent statements.

“There is speculation and attempts to associate my name and that of my son in a matter that today is no longer our responsibility. I hope Daniel finds all the answers he seeks with his own family. For us, for my family, the matter is over. And that's it!” Da Silva Santos concluded. Finally, it was the defense of the convicted person who posted bail to release his client.