David Silva, convicted of beating a young woman

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Dark page for the footballer from Gran Canaria. David Silvacurrent player of Real society, was sentenced by the Court of Instruction Number 3 of San Bartolomé de Tirajana. The events go back to the previous Maspalomas Carnival and the reason is assaulting a young woman during a fight at the said party. The soccer player’s brother and a third person also participated in the altercation, which stoned one young man and threatened another with a knife while singing “come here I’ll cut you”, according to digital Canary Islands Time.

The three defendants admitted the facts and a sentence was issued pursuant to which Silva must pay a fine of 1,080 euros. The World Champion with Spain was in the early morning of June 19 of this year around the San Bartolomé de Tirajana International Field, David Jiménez Silva, “with the intention of undermining the physical integrity” of the victim, “He grabbed her arm forcefully to pull her down causing her to fall to the ground.”, relates the sentence to which the aforementioned media had access.

The girl’s medical report after the event was a “post-traumatic neck pain, contusion on the left elbow, laceration on the second finger of the left hand, lacerations on both knees and lacerations on both legs”. This caused David Silva to be sentenced fine of 1,080 euros being “guilty responsible for a petty crime of damages, with subsidiary personal liability in the case of non-payment of one day of deprivation of liberty for every two daily installments not paid.” You will need it too pay the girl 520 eurosby way of civil liability.

Source: La Verdad

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