Dani Alves has broken his silence from the Catalan prison of Brians 2. The player, accused of allegedly raping a young woman in a Barcelona nightclub, has assured that he is not scared and that he will accept “whatever comes”. At the moment, he is admitted to provisional prison and without bail for two Fridays.

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“I will accept whatever comes. I left home when I was barely 15 years old. I have overcome very difficult and complicated situations in my life. This will be one more that will pass. Nothing scares me,” he explained from prison, as reported this Monday in The vanguard. The former Barça winger has stressed from prison that the relations took place “with the consent of the woman”.

The Brazilian’s legal team, headed by lawyer Christopher Martell, works on an appeal to obtain the provisional release of his client, who since his arrest has given different versions of what happened. The alleged rape occurred on the night of December 30 to 31 at the Sutton nightclub, near Avenida Diagonal in Barcelona.

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Outside prison, he initially had the support of his wife, Joana Sanz, the model from Tenerife with whom he married in 2017. The influencer defended her husband at first, when the alleged victim had not even formalized the complaint at the police station: “I have seen how women approach my husband, And if they do it to my face, what won’t they do when I’m not here,” he said in a video. “I know how respectful Dani is.”

Days later, once the complaint was formalized and after the Brazilian’s entry into preventive detention, Sanz backed down and deleted all the images with him on social networks, in addition to specifying that the phrase “Heart, endure so much pain” that she herself had written in his profile it was not addressed to him: “It’s from me, for me.”