Spanish football federation talks about sex party allegations against Luis Rubiales: Okejon Bola

Federation Spanish football has spoken out about the sodomy allegations against Luis Rubiales which will be discussed in this article. The head of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, was accused by his uncle of using federation money to pay for sex parties, which he later fired.

According to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Luis Rubiales is accused of organizing a private party at a villa in the Granada region to which eight to ten young women were invited. The party was funded as a work event and was allegedly attended by Luis Rubiales’ closest adviser.

Luis Rubiales

His uncle Juan Rubiales, former chief of staff of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), filed a complaint with the prosecutor’s office in April 2022. Juan Rubiales was further charged by Spain’s anti-corruption department

However, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) released a statement in defense of Luis Rubiales in which he categorically denied the allegations made by Juan Rubiales and termed the allegations as stemming from personal vendetta.

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“The complete intervention of Juan Rubiales, reported today by the newspaper El Mundo, is once again demonstrated and acknowledged by former employees of the federation motivated by revenge, a new practice of lies and manipulation, as well as by a coalition that is constantly looking for a degraded image. The RFEF president,” the statement via RT Sport has been cited.

“El Mundo centered the story on the new strategy of Juan Rubiales, who once again accused Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) staff of acting abnormally and inappropriately during a work meeting with managers from other departments that he attended.”

Luis Rubiales

“The former chief of staff refers to the coexistence of a federative executive planning and organization in the city of Salobrenda (Granada) where accommodation is fully paid for every participant, including Juan Rubiales. Neither the employee nor the RFEF is accused of any irregularities.”

The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) also explained that despite the allegations, Juan Rubiales has to date not provided any evidence to the prosecutor’s office or to the court to support his allegations.

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