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Brazilian soccer star Neymar dismissed behind Saturday amid a woman’s claim he raped her during a Paris hotel, releasing amicable media posts and content messages exchanged between a dual in a time after she says a conflict occurred.
Neymar arrived in Teresopolis, Brazil, on Sunday to sight with a Brazilian inhabitant group forward of a Copa America tournament. Authorities from a Rio de Janeiro state cyber-crimes section also visited a training grounds. Police told a Associated Press they would “investigate a ostensible avowal of a video on a partial of Neymar.”
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A Brazilian woman, who wasn’t identified, told officers a occurrence occurred May 15 during a Softiel Paris Arc De Triomphe hotel, according to a Brazilian military news performed by a Associated Press. The lady met with military Friday.
The lady told military she talked to Neymar by Instagram and was invited to Paris by one of his representatives. At a hotel, she pronounced they “touched any other, though in a given impulse Neymar became assertive and, with violence, had passionate retort opposite a victim’s will.” She also pronounced she didn’t record a censure primarily since she was shaken.
Brazil’s soccer actor Neymar attends a group use event lead by inhabitant group manager Tite, behind, during a Granja Comary training core forward a Copa America contest in Teresopolis, Brazil, Sunday, Jun 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Neymar, 27, vehemently denied a claim in a since-deleted Instagram video.
“There was a attribute between a male and a lady between 4 walls. On a subsequent day, zero happened,” Neymar said. “I wish investigators review a messages and see what happened.”
Neymar, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain, also showed messages and photos he pronounced he perceived from a woman. The messages enclosed during slightest one antiquated May 16 with no anxiety to a purported assault, according to a Associated Press.
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The striker’s father and agent, Neymar da Silva Santos, told Brazil’s TV Band that his son had been blackmailed by a accuser’s lawyer.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.