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Dani Alves' brother puts an end to rumors of the player's death in prison: “A lot of cruelty…” – Spain

Dani Alves' brother puts an end to rumors of the player's death in prison: “A lot of cruelty…” – Spain

After rumors began spreading this morning on social media that Dani Alves had committed suicide in prison, the player's brother quickly took to Instagram to deny those rumours. “What cruelty to human beings. My brother was convicted by the words of a woman who entered the men's bathroom to do something that only he and she knew. He has already been convicted. Isn't that enough for you? Now the madness. “They want to see him dead. My father is over 70 and my mother is over 60. Don't you have a family?”, the brother reacted uncomfortably in an Instagram story. A few hours after the tweet reporting the alleged death, the author of the phrase that sparked the rumors returned to the social network “X” to correct what he had announced. The same user said: “ Guys, for the love of God, what are these implications? “I'm referring to my cousin Danielzinho from Nova Iguaçu who was missing, but they actually found him alive.”

The Spanish newspaper “AS” reported that Dani Alves' press officer revealed that legal measures had already been taken against the user who revealed this information. Recall that the footballer was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for sexual assault, but he still sees the punishment Aggravated by the Spanish Public Prosecutor's Office.

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