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Dani Alves offered his version of rape allegations prior to getting arrested

Prior to getting arrested over rape allegations in Spain on Friday, Dani Alves offered his version of the story, stating that his friends and family know the sexual assault claims are not true.

Alves, 39, denied knowing the alleged victim, but admitted to being at the club that night. In a video released by Spanish media "Y Ahora Sonsoles" on January 5, Alves says he never invaded anyone's space without consent.

Dani Alves in prison without bail over rape allegations@victor_nahe

"I would like to deny everything," Alves said. "I was in that place, I was with other people enjoying myself. Everyone who knows me knows that I like to dance. Enjoying myself, but without invading other people's space. Always respecting the environment. These years I have never invaded someone's space without authorization."

Alves is currently in custody without bail after a 23-year-old woman claimed he raped her at Sutton nightclub in Barcelona on New Year's Eve. On January 2, the young woman formalized the complaint and officials opened an investigation.

He was detained at the Mossos d'Esquadra police station in Les Corts before getting transferred to the Ciutat de la Justicia in Barcelona.

Dani Alves oddly mentions bathroom policies

Alves then oddly mentioned that people at a nightclub don't need permission to enter a bathroom, where the crime would have taken place.

"When you choose to go to the bathroom, you don't have to ask who is in the bathroom to go," Alves said. "I'm very sorry, but I don't know who that lady is. I don't know her name, I don't know her. I never saw her in my life."

Alves also asked people to stop talking about the allegations because the people closes to him were getting hurt.

Liga MX soccer team Pumas released Alves shortly after his arrest.

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