Spain “Not Talking” About De Gea Sexual Assualt Case – Spain are refusing to comment on the reports that goalkeeper David De Gea has been implicated in a sexual assault case.
The Manchester United shotstopper reportedly played a part in helping a pornography director named Torbe assault two girls. A statement by Spanish police reads:
“Having brought TP3 (Protected Witness 3) to the room with the other girl, Torbe told her that they had to be with the footballers, and that they had to do whatever they wanted and that they [the girls] would earn significant money.
“When TP3 refused, Torbe took her roughly by the arm, saying they had to do whatever the footballer wanted, having sex with the new girl and her.
“Both the new girl and TP3 were sexually assaulted by the footballers, given that if they refused they were physically attacked by both, and moreover, having satisfied the sexual desires of both players, the footballers threatened them in order to ensure that what had happened in the room would never be heard about.
“Neither TP3 or the other girl who was in the room received anything for the physical and sexual assault they suffered, with Torbe taking all the earnings.’
De Gea had originally been scheduled to talk to press on Friday, but his place was taken by Hector Bellerin and Aritz Aduriz, who told pressmen: “We are not going to talk about this matter.”