A complex panorama faces the justice of the former Catholic University player, Jonathan Fabbro, who in 2019 was sentenced to 14 years in prison for sexually abusing his goddaughter from 6 to 12 years of age.
The situation came to light in 2016, when the Argentine midfielder who also played for River Plate, Boca Juniors and Cerro Porteño wore the Chiapas de México shirt. That year, the soccer player was accused of the crimes of sexual abuse mentioned above. The arrest warrant in the Aztec country was finalized a year later.
After cardboard, in 2018, Fabbro was extradited to Argentina and a year and a half later the sentence of 14 years behind bars was confirmed. This, for the crime characterized by sexual abuse with carnal access to her niece and underage goddaughter, between 2012 and 2016. The sentence indicates that the girl was abused “at least five times.”
Review of your case
However, this week the judicial situation of the former player became complicated again, as Justice reviewed the player’s case again. After analyzing it, it was determined that now he must be deprived of liberty for 16 years.
Specifically, Fabbro must remain in jail until December 2033.