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After two weeks detained for an alleged sexual assault against a 23-year-old girl in a nightclub in Barcelona, Spain, news about Dani Alves continues to emerge. According to El Confidencial, the player has a debt of more than $2 million dollars with the Treasury and faces the seizure of some properties.
According to information, in March 2022 a 60-square-meter apartment in the Sant Feliu de Llobregat area of Barcelona was confiscated. In addition, there would also be a 600-square-meter farm in the town of Esplugues de Llobregat shared with his ex-partner Dinorah Santa Ana.
50% of that property was seized by the tax authorities due to its debt. The footballer at the time came to open up to six companies. However, four of them closed between 2019 and 2021. Currently only two companies are still active (Cedro Esport and Bahía Ilheus Inmobiliaria).
Alves owned three restaurants (Boteco Fogo and Alquimia. They all received a seizure order from the city council.
In addition to all this, the player would be in the middle of a complicated situation regarding the benefits of his sponsors as a result of the legal problem that has him behind bars in a preventive manner for an alleged violation.
His sponsorships would have been diminished for this reason. The German brand Adidas did not renew the contract with the player after it ended in January, according to El Confidencial. Alves could face four to 12 years in prison if convicted of rape on the night of December 30 in the bathrooms of the Sutton nightclub.
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