Spain goalkeeper to stay with Euro 2016 team despite sex 'party' allegations

David De Gea will not be sent home from the Euro 2016 camp despite sex 'party' allegations.

The Manchester United goalkeeper according to documents seen by Spanish newspaper El Diario suggest a protected witness claimed De Gea organised an abusive, non-consensual sex ‘party’ with prostitutes for two Spain U21 teammates in 2012.


The court doments spotted by El Diaro says the Manchester United goalkeeper and Iker Muniain have been implicated by a testimony given by porn baron Torbe in an investigation.

Torbe whose real name is Iganacio Allende Fernandez has been jailed for a number of offences including child pornography and sexual exploitation.

The witness whose identity is being protected and in named in the document as TP3 claimed the porn website owner Torbe was head of a prostitution ring who abused women including underage.

A police report in the investigation reads:

“The new girl and TP3 were sexually abused by the men, since if they had said no they were physically abused by both, and once finishing with the sexual desires of both footballers, they made threats that nothing that had occurred in the hotel room should ever come to light.

“Neither TP3 nor the other girl that was in the room received anything for the physical and sexual aggressions they encountered, with Torbe taking all the earnings.”

David De Gea after consulting his lawyer will stay with the Spain national team and is expected to be part of the team until the end of the tournament.


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