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Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Footballers, Antonio Luna and Sergi Enrich handed two-year suspended prison sentence for sharing sex tape of a threesome without consent


Sergi Enrich and Antonio Luna.

 

rSpanish footballers, Antonio Luna and Sergi Enrich have been handed a two-year suspended prison sentence in Spain for sharing a sex tape of a threesome without consent.

Luna and his former Eibar team-mate Sergi Enrich engaged in consensual sexual activity with a young woman in April 2016.

Court documents revealed that the pair filmed the episode without her consent and later shared it with other people via messages on WhatsApp. The explicit video was then reportedly leaked online six months later.

The documents added that the publication of the video led the young woman, who asked the players to stop filming during the sexual act, to experience psychological problems.

The woman involved said she was forced to take six months off work and sought professional help and took medication to cope with the stress.

According to EuroSport, the court has ruled that the footballers will serve two years on probation and pay £88,500 in legal fees between them after they found guilty.  The pair will also have to pay an additional £8,500 to the victim.

After the video was released online, Enrich issued an apology on behalf of himself and Luna.

 

It read: 'In light of the circulation on social media of a sexually-explicit video in which we, the undersigned, appear, we want to state that the video shows a recording of a private act which took place between fully consenting adults, within the scope of the freedoms we all enjoy.

'We deeply regret that an indiscretion for which we are not responsible has led to these images being published without our knowledge or, far less, our consent.

'We likewise regret the potential damage [not only] to our image but in particular to that of our club, whose colours we represent, and that it could have offended our supporters and the city of Eibar in general.

 

"We are aware that professional footballers should set an example in every walk of life, especially to children; this being the reason we apologise if this incident has caused harm to anyone.

 

"Equally, we want to apologise for the damage the circulation of this video could cause to the third person involved in the video.

 

"We wish to stress that, as Eibar players, an exemplary club that represents a set of fans and a city equally exemplary, we stand by the values that have been shown to us since we arrived in Eibar. We hope this incident does not in any way harm the image of the club, nor that of our team-mates.

 

"Sergi Enrich and Antonio Luna."

 
 

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