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"My only wish is for this case to end as soon as possible" - Neymar after speaking to police

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'My only wish is for this case to end as soon as possible' - Neymar after speaking to police

"My only wish is for this case to end as soon as possible" - Neymar after speaking to police

Neymar says that he wants the rape allegation case against him "to end as soon as possible" after making a statement at a Sao Paulo police station

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"My only wish is for this case to end as soon as possible" - Neymar after speaking to police

SHOWS: SAO PAULO, BRAZIL (JUNE 13, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

BRAZILIAN SOCCER STAR, NEYMAR, ARRIVING AT POLICE STATION ON CRUTCHES FROM ANKLE INJURY 2.

JOURNALISTS OUTSIDE POLICE STATION 3.

EXTERIOR, POLICE STATION 4.

POLICE IN RIOT GEAR OUTSIDE STATION 5.

POLICE OFFICER ON SITE 6.

SAO PAULO CIVIL POLICE EMBLEM ON STATION 7.

EXTERIOR, POLICE STATION 8.

NEYMAR WALKS OUT OF STATION 9.

(SOUNDBITE) (Portuguese) BRAZILIAN SOCCER STAR, NEYMAR, SAYING: "(I'm) very calm.

The truth comes out sooner or later.

At this time, my only wish is for this case to end as soon as possible." 10.

NEYMAR DEPARTS STORY: Brazil's star striker Neymar went to a Sao Paulo police station on Thursday (June 13) to give a statement regarding a rape investigation against him.

Neymar has denied the rape accusation outlined in a police report seen by Reuters, in which an unnamed woman alleges that the sports star drunkenly assaulted her at an up-market hotel in the French capital.

Sao Paulo state's public security ministry released a statement confirming the accusation had been made, and said the investigation was still sealed, without giving further details.

The police report was obtained by several news organisations including Reuters.

(Production: Leonardo Benassatto)




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