Jenni Hermoso has filed a complaint with the prosecutor’s office over the kiss by now-suspended Spanish FA chief Luis Rubiales following the Women’s World Cup final.
Hermoso gave her testimony on Tuesday and the complaint will be processed “as soon as possible”, the prosecutor added.
Rubiales kissed Hermoso during the awards ceremony after Spain beat England 1-0 in Sydney on August 20.
Rubiales has insisted the kiss was consensual but this has been denied by Hermoso, who also said she and her family were pressured by the federation to show support for Rubiales in the immediate aftermath of the incident.
Spain’s government, players’ unions, players and many citizens have vocally supported Hermoso – but Rubiales has refused to resign.
Rubiales was suspended by FIFA on August 27 after he delivered a defiant speech to the general assembly of his federation in which he claimed he was victim of a “witch hunt” by “false feminists.”
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