They say misfortune strikes in batches. This seems to be the case for Neymar, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain.
Neymar has had a really bad month. First, the Brazilian international was injured in a World Cup qualifier last month.
Neymar suffered the injury on October 18 against Uruguay in a South American qualifier for the 2026 FIFA World Cup North and Central America. He broke down in tears in pain after being pushed down by Uruguay’s Nicolas de la Cruz while dribbling during the match. Neymar tore the ligaments and meniscus in his left knee and underwent surgery on February 2. The rehabilitation period is said to be at least eight to nine months. 아톰카지노
Soon after, he was kidnapped again, this time by his girlfriend’s parents. The parents of his girlfriend, Biancardi, who recently gave birth to a child, were kidnapped on August 8 while Neymar was still in bed after his surgery. Originally, two suspects planned to kidnap Neymar’s daughter and Biancardi, but the parents weren’t home. The culprit was a neighbor who lived in the same apartment as the parents. Luckily, the parents were released unharmed.
The day before, Neymar’s girlfriend, Brazilian influencer Luana Andrade, died after undergoing surgery. Andrade, the “girlfriend,” died of a pulmonary embolism while undergoing liposuction of her knee. She was just 29 years old.
Neymar, who was in the hospital, posted a tribute on social media, expressing his condolences for his girlfriend’s untimely death.
This is the third time in a row that Neymar has been accused of something bad. According to a story published by French media on Sunday, Neymar is accused of exploitation for forcing his housekeeper to work “60 hours a week with no days off.
Neymar, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), is accused of making his cleaner work more than 60 hours a week without any vacation or paid time off.
According to an article in Le Parisien, a 35-year-old Brazilian woman accused Neymar of working seven days a week between January 2021 and October 2022, when he was playing for Paris Saint-Germain. Specifically, the woman claimed that she worked these 60+ hour weeks while pregnant and suffered a miscarriage, which forced her to quit her job. The woman was paid £13.10, or about $21,000, per hour, and was not given any holidays or paid time off.
“Neymar took advantage of our client’s instability to violate basic rules of labor law and impose degrading working conditions on her,” the woman’s lawyers argued.
“We deplore that a person of his character could have shown such inhumanity to our client, who was in pain, by kicking her out of her home just days before she gave birth prematurely. Criminal penalties are warranted.”
Neymar said he had not yet heard of the charges until the French media reported on them. Naturally, it’s unclear if the criminal court will take up the case.
Meanwhile, Neymar left Paris Saint-Germain on August 16. Paris Saint-Germain reached an agreement with Al-Hilal for the transfer of Neymar. PEG agreed to the transfer of Neymar in exchange for a transfer fee of €90 million ($131.6 million). He will leave Paris after six years.
Neymar joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017 for a record transfer fee of €222 million ($324.6 billion). Neymar reportedly earned €25 million a year at PSG, six times the €150 million ($219 million) he earned at Barcelona.