Dani Alves' wife, Joana Sanz, Defends Her Husband After The Charges

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Dani Alves' wife, Joana Sanz, Defends Her Husband After The Charges

After Dani Alves was detained on December 30 for allegedly beating a female in a Barcelona nightclub, his wife Joana Sanz spoke out in defense of her husband. The football player's wife came forward to support him after two particularly trying days for the Alves family, stating that she knew her husband and that he always treated people with respect.

“I know who my husband is," Sanz said, reports AS. "I know how respectful he is because not even when he was getting to know me did he disrespect me. I have seen many times how women approach the booth, daring, to try something with my husband, in my face,” she said.

“I ask the media who are outside my home, to please respect my privacy at this time. My mother passed away a week ago, and I have barely begun to accept that she is no longer around, so why would you torment me about my husband’s situation,” said the influencer.

“I have lost the only two pillars of my life. Have a little empathy instead of looking for so much news at the cost of the pain of others. Thank you,” she added.

Alves will spend some time in jail

The Brazilian denied all the accusations, while the injured girl claims that he first touched her without consent, beat her, and finally raped her.

The Brazilian soccer player's legal team claims that Alves was in that nightclub for a short time and that he has nothing to do with this incident. “With the information that was shared today about the legal process facing the player Dani Alves, for which he is detained in Spain, we have decided to communicate the following: The Club Universidad Nacional has made the decision to terminate the employment contract with Dani Alves with justified cause from this day,” said Pumas president engineer Leopoldo Silva at a press conference.

During his career, Alves played for Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, PSG, and Sao Paolo and is the player with the most trophies in the history of football.