Neymar's video with Brazilian woman who claims being assaulted leaked

Soccer star Neymar at a practice Sunday in Teresopolis Brazil

Soccer star Neymar at a practice Sunday in Teresopolis Brazil

A press representative for Mastercard in Brazil confirmed to Reuters that the company had planned an advertising campaign to coincide with this month's Copa America tournament but she did not confirm reports in Brazil's three biggest newspapers that Mastercard had chose to suspend Neymar's featuring in it. A doctor gave a statement to Sao Paulo police on Thursday about a medical examination he gave the woman.

But the video did not really indicate whether Neymar assaulted her, but only showed the two of them engaging in a verbal war.

Trindade denied that in her TV interview saying, "I wouldn't expose myself this way to take money from Neymar".

The Paris Saint-Germain forward testified to authorities in the Rio de Janeiro police headquarters as part of a cybercrimes investigation linked to the woman's rape allegation against him.

Najila Trindade is the 26-year-old woman who reported Neymar to Police in Brazil claiming that the footballer forced himself on her in an hotel.

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Neymar picked up the injury in Brazil's Copa America warm-up match against Qatar on Wednesday, June 5, as he left the pitch in tears.

Some of Neymar's teammates have come out in support of him, but national team coach Tite told journalists on Monday that he did not want to pass judgment on the matter.

Neymar da Silva Santos, Neymar's father and agent, said the new video is evidence his son was set up by Mendes de Souza.

Mendes de Souza denied that during her TV appearances. "There is no logic, there is no sense", she told one interviewer.

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