Luis Rubiales, acquitted of a crime of assault
Luis Rubiales, president of the Real spanish soccer federation, has been acquitted this Wednesday of injury crime for which he was denounced by an architect with whom he had financial disagreements.
Rubiales sat on the bench of the defendants of the Criminal Court number 12 of Valencia this Wednesday in the last session of this trial, in which the magistrate has reported what will be the meaning of her sentence, which she will develop and notify to the parties coming soon.
It so happens that the complainant architect was convicted on Tuesday by another Valencian court (Penalty 2) for harassing the president of the RFEF, and even imposed a fine of 2,160 euros for these events.
When submitting her final report, the prosecutor informed the court that she wanted to modify her initial accusation because "from the evidence practiced in the oral trial, it has not been possible to prove the facts for which we have been accusing."
The architect had denounced that she had an argument with Rubiales in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Valencia in July 2017 and that he, before getting into a taxi, shook her and twisted her wrist.
These facts, however, They have not been able to be accredited in the opinion of the Prosecutor's Office.