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Neymar denies rape accusation

By Reuters
04 June 2019   |   12:20 pm
Brazil soccer star Neymar released a video on Sunday in which he denied an accusation of rape made by an unnamed woman, who alleged that the sports star drunkenly assaulted her at an upmarket hotel in Paris last month.

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