Is Dani Alves alive or dead and did he really commit suicide in prison as death rumors go viral

Is Dani Alves alive or dead and did he really commit suicide in prison as death rumors go viral

News about former football player Dani Alves committing suicide is making rounds on internet, know if he’s dead or alive

Dani Alves, a Brazilian football player, was found guilty of s*xually abusing a lady in a Barcelona nightclub in 2022 and was given a four and a half year prison sentence.

Is Dani Alves alive or dead and did he really commit suicide in prison as death rumors go viral on Twitter/X

Additionally, Alves was ordered to pay the victim 150,000 euros ($163,000) by the top court in the Catalan area of ​​Spain. Earlier, the woman’s lawyer, who was accusing Alves of r*pe, asked that the player serve a 12-year sentence.

In addition, Alves accepted the plea deal with the rape case inquiry. Meanwhile, news about the former Barcelona player committing suicide was going viral on the internet. A piece was published on X by a journalist from Brazil. In a post that caused a great deal of controversy, journalist Pablo Albuquerque, who works for the Brazilian daily 0 Globo, wrote, which translated into English:

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Information that reaches me is that Dani Alves killed himself.”

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Due to the lack of information provided by the Brazilian journalist and the lack of official confirmation or denial of the news, the news about Brazilian Alves’ suicide was considered questionable. Meanwhile, the news went viral on social media and among the football fans. However, Ney, one of the brothers of the Brazilian, blasted on the prankster and has confirmed that the news regarding his suicide is a fake news. He stated in an Instagram live responses:

“So much cruelty on the part of human beings, so much cruelty. They condemned my brother for the words of a woman who entered the men’s bathroom to do something only they know about…

“You’ve already condemned the guy, isn’t that enough? The guy is in prison. Now, the craziest thing here is, do you want him dead? What do you mean? How cruel is that?”

Meanwhile, Paulo Albuquerque, a resident of Rio de Janeiro, may face legal action over a social media post, according to the football player’s press advisor Acaz Felleger. After the news by Paulo went viral on social media, he clarified his Tweet quoting it:

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Guys, for the love of God, what is this fuss? I’m referring to my cousin Danielzinho from Nova Iguacu who was missing, but they’ve already found him alive.”

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