The Argentine Jonathan Fabbro, former Boca Juniors arrested

The Argentine Jonathan Fabbro, former Boca Juniors arrested
    The Argentine Jonathan Fabbro, former Boca Juniors arrested
    The Argentine Jonathan Fabbro, former Boca Juniors player and River Plate of his country, was arrested on Wednesday in the city of Cholula, in the central Mexican state of Puebla, as suspected of having abused minors in Argentina and Paraguay.

    Fabbro, 35 years old and until a few weeks ago a player of Club Lobos BUAP of Mexican football, had against him two red Interpol circulars issued a few days ago by Argentine and Paraguayan authorities in which they requested his international capture.

    Sources from the Attorney General's Office (PGR, prosecutor's office) of Mexico indicated that elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) detained Fabbro in a hotel in Cholula in order to comply with an arrest warrant issued by Interpol.

    On December 4, an Argentine judge requested the international capture of Fabbro, of Argentine origin but nationalized Paraguayan, to declare for alleged sexual abuse a girl who in 2015 was 9 years old.

    That same day, the team Lobos BUAP of Mexican football suspended his relationship with the player until he resolved his legal situation.

    In that case, the lawyer of the family of the alleged victim, Gastón Marano, did not specify if the child is a relative of Fabbro, but several Argentine media claim that it is his goddaughter.

    The lawyer denounced that Fabbro abused the minor between 2015 and 2016 and that "there would have been oral sex practice towards the player with genital contact".

    In addition, he assured that the investigation is not only based on the girl's statements but also on text and audio messages sent by WhatsApp.

    Meanwhile, on December 15, Paraguayan prosecutor Carla Rojas accused the player of alleged sexual abuse of a five-year-old girl.

    According to some sources, the minor is close to the family environment of the player's partner, the Paraguayan model Larissa Riquelme.

    In that case the mother of the minor reported that Fabbro tried to force his daughter to perform oral sex.

    Fabbro, who has played for teams from seven countries - Argentina, Colombia, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Paraguay - began his career at Argentinos Juniors in 1999, although it was with the Spanish Majorca that he debuted as a professional in 2001.

    In Mexico he played for Dorados de Sinaloa (2005-06), Jaguares de Chiapas (2016-17) and Lobos BUAP (2017).
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