The noose is tightening around Daniel Alves.
Accused of rape by a 23-year-old young woman, the Brazilian side would have admitted having had sex with her, even if he still rejects the accusations.
The former FC Barcelona player, who had denied knowing the accuser at the start, would have changed his version twice, after being confronted with video evidence showing them together in the Barcelona nightclub where the facts would have been committed, according to Globe.
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For events that occurred on December 30, the victim filed a complaint on January 2, which led to the arrest of Alves two weeks later.
According to the Brazilian newspaper, the latter first told the police on Friday morning that he did not know the victim or his name, before admitting that he had seen him without nothing happens.
In his final version, given a few hours later, he would have recognized sexual relations, according to him consented.
The Brazilian's story would have changed after viewing CCTV footage showing him entering the toilets of the nightclub with the alleged victim, around 4:30 am.
Still according to Globo, it would have emerged first, 14 minutes after entering it, followed two minutes later by Alves, who quickly left the scene.
On leaving, the young woman would have looked for her friends.
After hearing his story, the nightclub crew reportedly called the police.
Several Spanish media, including El Pais and El Periodico, also relayed part of the complainant's story.
The young woman would have danced with the player during the evening and then followed him to the toilet.
He would then have prevented her from going out before forcing her to sit on him, assault her, force her to perform oral sex and penetrate her until she ejaculates, despite her resistance.
In her testimony, the alleged victim indicates that she would have refused to receive financial compensation from the player, only wishing to see justice done.