Video showing assault between Neymar and his accuser emerges

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Neymar’s rape accusation case has just taken a new turn after a video of his argument with the accuser was shared online.

In the video which is currently making rounds, Neymar and the lady had initially walked towards the bed together before the lady suddenly turned to sit on the player and started assaulting him instead.

The lady can be heard saying, “’I’m going to hit you. Do you know why I’m going to hit you? Do you know why? Do you know why? Because you assaulted me yesterday. You left me here alone.”

And despite Neymar’s attempt to stop her from hitting him, she continued to charge at him.

According to the Twitter user, The Male Arya Stark, who shared the new video online, the lady had kept a hidden camera in her room in an attempt to blackmail the Brazilian.

In his caption, he wrote, “So the woman who accused Neymar of rape set up a camera, invited him to her hotel, then attacked him in the hope that he will retaliate & then she’d have “evidence” of assault.’

Women like this deserve to go to jail!! For a long time!!!”

Video showing assault between Neymar and his accuser emerges

The accuser had told police officers in Brazil that the player molested her after they initially kissed and “caressed”.

But Neymar and has refuted the claims, stating that she merely wanted to set him up.

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A statement released by his management, on the incident, reads in part, “Although he was surprised by the news of the Police Report, the facts were already known to the Athlete and his staff, considering that a few days ago he was a victim of attempted extortion, practiced by a lawyer from the city of Sao Paulo, who, according to his version, represented the interests of the alleged victim.

“The athlete’s lawyers were immediately notified and have since day one taken all appropriate steps.

“Faced with the unfortunate, illegal and outrageous event, we completely repudiate the unjust accusations and, above all, the exposure in the press of an extremely negative situation.

“All evidence of the attempted extortion and non-rape shall be submitted to the Police Authority in a timely manner.”

See the video below.

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