Mastercard dumps Brazil soccer star Neymar over rape claims

Paola Ditto
Giugno 7, 2019

A press representative for Mastercard in Brazil confirmed to Reuters that the company had planned an advertising campaign to coincide with this month's Copa America tournament but she did not confirm reports in Brazil's three biggest newspapers that Mastercard had chose to suspend Neymar's featuring in it.

According to the police report, she told investigators that she met Neymar on Instagram.

Video of a domestic violence involving Paris-Saint-Germain star Neymar and the Brazilian woman who accused him of assaulting her in an hotel has been leaked.

Football star Neymar testified for nearly two hours in the Rio de Janeiro police headquarters today in a cybercrimes investigation linked to a woman's rape allegation against him.

Neymar departed from the Brazil national team's hotel in the capital of Brasilia on Thursday and boarded a jet shortly afterward. He left the squad after injuring his right ankle in a friendly against Qatar on Wednesday.

Brazilian soccer star Neymar spoke with cops for almost two hours Thursday evening about his posting images and messages of his rape accuser on social media without her permission - a possible violation of her online privacy.

The Associated Press doesn't name alleged sexual assault victims unless they make their identities public, which Trindade did in the TV interviews.

She told the SBT channel that Neymar became aggressive after she refused to have unprotected sex with him. It is unclear how or when the video was made, and the AP had no way of verifying it.

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