- Neymar’s mother has reportedly attracted questioning from the police
- Nadine and her younger lover Tiago were reportedly engulfed in a row recently
- Neymar’s mother is reportedly older than her toyboy with 29 years
Nadine Goncalves, the mother of PSG star Neymar, and her toyboy lover Tiago have been questioned by police after neighbours reported them shouting during a row on Tuesday night.
The incident which happened in an apartment which they share in the port city of Santos eventually left Tiago hospitalised.
According to Brazlian outlet Extra, a neighbour had reported Nadine and her boyfriend who allegedly had several gay relationships before news of his shock romance with Brazil icon Neymar’s mum emerged in April, had been caused by a glass.
A spokesman for the 52-year-old mum of two ruled out speculation of an assault at the time and said: “There was a domestic accident with Tiago.
“Nadine thought it best to call for an ambulance as a precaution but they are fine. Everything is fine.”
A spokesman for Neymar, quoted by the Brazilian press, confirmed Ramos and Nadine went to a police station together to give statements.
The lovebirds reunited after the player’s mom earlier dumped her younger lover following claims that he has been involved in a few men before her.
SunSport reports that Nadine had been a victim of domestic violence from a former flame of Tiago. Sometime this month, a 44-year-old woman named Rita Cumplido disclosed that the 23-year-old had left her with an "enormous bruise" after striking her.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Neymar's name was mistakenly added to low-paid workers aiming to get funds from the government amid the global pandemic, UOL reports.
The case has now been identified as identity theft where the Paris Saint-Germain's star's name, date of birth and his personal identification number was included among 600 workers aiming to get welfare payment from the federal government.
These workers are those whose jobs and income have been put on hold for the past three months during the lockdown period.
Neymar who currently earns $95million yearly with and is the most expensive player in history does not qualify for the welfare funds.
UOL claimed that the Brazilian attacker's name was initially approved and scheduled for payment before it was frozen and placed under investigation after failing to meet the requirements.
Neymar's representatives were careful about responding immediately to a request from AFP as OUL claimed said the ex-Santos star "obviously never applied for this benefit, and does not know who would have done so."
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