Celta Vigo’s Santi Mina was sentenced to 4 years in jail for sexual abuse.© Instagram
Santi Mina, the Spanish footballer who performs for Celta Vigo, was sentenced to 4 years in jail on Wednesday after being discovered responsible of sexual abuse. According to the sentence, Mina will be unable to speak or be inside 500 metres of the sufferer for 12 years. Mina has appealed in opposition to the sentence. The 26-year-old was cleared of the cost of sexual assault, for which the state prosecutor had sought a sentence of eight years in jail, which in keeping with Spanish legislation necessitates proof of intimidation or violence.
Mina’s buddy David Goldar, who performs for second-tier membership Ibiza, was discovered not responsible after he was accused of being an confederate.
The lady accused Mina of raping her in a campervan in June 2017 within the city of Mojacar in south-east Spain, the place Mina was on vacation with Goldar.
Celta Vigo introduced on Wednesday they’ve “temporarily removed” Mina from the squad and “opened disciplinary proceedings to clarify his work responsibilities in view of the ruling.”
Celta mentioned the membership “respect the player’s right to a defence but is obliged to take measures in light of events that undermine the image of the club and directly attack its values, showing once again its absolute condemnation of the offence defined in the judicial ruling.”
Mina was enjoying for Valencia on the time of the offence. He joined Celta in 2019.
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