The Provincial Court of Madrid will judge Daniel José S. L., known on the Web as 'Dalas Review', for allegedly sexual abuse and child sexual cyberbullying against a child under 13 when the defendant was 22.
This is stated in the prosecutor's indictment, to which Europa Press has had access, in which the representative of the Public Ministry accuses the 'youtuber' Canary of child sexual cyberbullying and sexual abuse under 16 years old.
According to "El Confidencial", the prosecutor demands a five-year prison sentence, eleven years of special disqualification and nine years of separation from the alleged victim.
According to the prosecutor's account, the accused and his alleged victim contacted through Twitter between July and August of 2015. "At this time the youngest was 13 years old," according to the letter. Contacts intensified in September 2015 via 'Skipe'.
Then, he began to show her interest in her and asked him to send her nude photos. "When she objected to him being a minor, he told her it was nonsense," says the prosecutor, who adds that he asked him to erase conversations so that his father would not see him.
The episode of sexual abuse occurred on January 26, 2016 during the signing of one of his books. In a moment alone, he made touching.
After this fact, began to harass him through 'Whatsapp' They met again on February 8, 2016 at the Atocha station, where again there were touches.