Ronaldinho was arrested by police on suspicion of mass sexual assault

‘Brazilian soccer star’ Ronaldinho, 40, was arrested by police on suspicion of mass sexual assault.

“Brazilian police arrested Ronaldinho, who was sentenced to nine years in prison by an Italian court for sexual assault,” AFP and AP reported on Jan. 21 (local time).

In January 2022, the Italian Supreme Court sentenced him to nine years in prison for his role in a gang sexual assault that took place in 2013 while he was with AC Milan. He was accused of raping an Albanian woman at a nightclub in Milan, Italy, along with his friend Ricardo Falco.

However, he had been living in Brazil and avoided jail time in Italy due to the lack of an extradition treaty between Brazil and Italy. Italian authorities had requested that he be extradited by February 2023, but Brazil does not allow its citizens to be extradited to other countries.

Impatient, the Italian government asked Brazil in February to execute his criminal conviction. Brazil’s High Court of Justice granted the request on March 19. 토토사이트 He can appeal to Brazil’s Supreme Court.

In a text message sent to his companions after the incident, he said, “I don’t care. She’s completely drunk, she has no idea what happened,” he wrote in a text message to his teammates after the incident.

Once recognized by Pele as his successor,

Robinho signed a professional contract with Brazilian side Santos in 2002 at the age of 18. He was an instant sensation on his debut, and in 2005, he donned the Real Madrid shirt. He was given the number 10, the number of “Real legend” Luis Figo, and expectations were high. In his first season, he lived up to expectations, scoring 12 goals and providing nine assists in 51 games.

The following season, however, he played mostly as a substitute under Fabio Capello, scoring eight goals and providing six assists in 43 games.

In total, Robinho scored 15 goals in 42 games under Bernd Schuster in the 2007-2008 season before making a surprise move to Manchester City on transfer deadline day in September 2008. City announced the signing of Robinho when it was announced that United Arab Emirates (UAE) managing director Burhan Mansour had taken over the club. At the time, the transfer was reportedly worth £32.5 million, making him the most expensive player in English soccer at the time.

However, Robinho struggled to adapt to the Premier League. Two years later, he was sent out on loan to his hometown club Santos.

He eventually moved to AC Milan in 2010 and has since played for Santos, 파워볼사이트 Guangzhou Hengda (China), Culubi Atlético Mineiro (Brazil), Sivasspor and Istanbul Basakşehir (later Turkkiye).

After scoring 28 goals in 100 appearances for Brazil, Robinho returned to Santos in 2010, but a sexual assault verdict soon followed, and he was released from the team.

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