Marhuenda, fined by insults on Leo Messi


Marhuenda Is condemned by insults against Lionel Messi

Published:12/05/2017 - 16:20h

Updated:12/05/2017 - 18:43h

The director of "The Reason" Francisco Marhuenda will have to indemnify to Lionel Messi with 64.590 euros after publishing an article in which they nicknamed to Messi like "nandrolono". To him and to Alfonso Ussía, columnist of the same half, go out them expensive the insults

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The High court has confirmed this Friday the conviction to Francisco Marhuenda, director of The Reason, by insults against Leo Messi. Marhuenda Will have to indemnify with 64.590 euros to the Argentinian forward by the publication of the article 'Sonatina', in which they described to the of Rosary like "nandrolono".

Besides, in the conviction also are included Alfonso Ussía, the columnist, and the Spanish Audiovisual company 2000 S.A. "Nandrolono is sad, What will have Nandrolono?/ It has lost his rhythm, has lost his tone/ although they have him molding a lovely toupee", said the article signed by Ussía.

A good gesture of Messi, that after knowing the news has confirmed that donará integramente the quantity of the compensation to Doctors Without Borders. It is not the first time that the Argentinian star shows his solidarity with the most disadvantaged, since we have seen him in several campaigns of Unicef. 

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