David de Gea, Iker Muniain and possibly Isco have been implicated in the sexual-abuse case against adult-film entrepreneur Ignacio Allende.
Eldiario.es cites the account of a protected witness in the case against Allende, better known by his nickname Torbe, who has been jailed since April on charges of human trafficking for sexual exploitation, sexual assault, child pornography, prostitution, extortion and money laundering.
The statement, which was made in front of agents, detailed all kinds of harassment committed by Torbe and his network of associates, including one that involved Muniain and De Gea at a five-star hotel in downtown Madrid in 2012.
“Both the new girl and TP3 [a codename of the protected witness] were sexually abused by the men as they’d be physically assaulted by both if they refused,” it read.
“After finishing with the sexual desires of both players, [the men] made threats if what happened in the hotel room ever came to light.
“Neither TP3 or the [other] girl who was in that room earned anything for all physical and sexual assault they suffered, with Torbe taking all the profits.”
The unnamed victim clarified the final part of her statement by explaining Torbe had led her on with the promise of money if she went to the hotel, where she met the other woman and two players.
However, the report adds De Gea did not participate in any sexual activity and served to engineer the meeting between the two women and Muniain, plus another unnamed footballer, El Confidencial claiming it to be Isco.
The arm of the National Police handling the case added the witness’ account had “a very high degree of credibility”.
De Gea, who is currently on international duty with Spain at Euro 2016, was supposed to replace Hector Bellerin and Aritz Aduriz in Friday’s Press conference but did not appear.