David de Gea and Iker Muniain accused of involvement in sexual assault case

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David de Gea has been named in a sex abuse case in Spain.

A protected witness in the investigation against porn actor and director, Torbe, has mentioned the Manchester United goalkeeper and Athletic Bilbao striker Iker Muniain in their statement.

This information is taken from a statement provided by protected witness and, as it stands, De Gea and Muniain have not been charged with any offence.


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Torbe was jailed last April on charges of human trafficking for sexual exploitation, sexual assault, child pornography, related to prostitution, extortion and against public health, and money laundering.

The witness testified that this man forced her to have sex with two footballers with one of these being Munian with the other currently unnamed.

While De Gea didn’t assault the female in question himself, he is alleged to have set up this date with Torbe and it’s considered a crime with severe punishment.

It’s also mentioned in a separate incident that the ‘keeper tried to set her up with five Manchester United players - although this remains unsubstantiated.

In the statement, the witness recalls an incident with Muniain in 2012 which took place in a hotel in Madrid. The witness says that Torbe stressed that the men were international players for the Spanish Under 21 side and requested that there would be no recording so it wouldn’t affect their future footballing careers.

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