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Brazilian soccer president removed from office over sexual harassment complaint

Brazilian soccer president removed from office over sexual harassment complaint

The president of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), Rogerio Caboclo, was removed from office for thirty days after a complaint of sexual and moral harassment by an official of the entity.

The CBF Ethics Commission ordered the temporary departure of Caboclo, who defends his innocence, after the filing of a complaint by a CBF employee on Friday, the Globo Esporte portal reported this Sunday and AFP confirmed with a source from the entity.

Caboclo will leave office a week before the start of the Copa América in Brazil, the target of criticism for taking place in a country hard hit by the pandemic. (GG) (AFP)

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