Several months have passed since Spain’s title in the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but since then there have also been several controversies related to the award ceremony of the protagonists with former director Luis Rubiales.
Jenni Hermoso She was the player who experienced the worst moment of the award ceremony, as she was kissed by Luis Rubiales and a problem arose that ended up in the Prosecutor’s Office, in addition to several protests from the national team’s players.
However, after lowering the controversy after that kiss she received, Jenni Hermoso spoke out again and confessed that she received threats.
“I have had to assume the consequences of an act that I did not provoke, that I had not chosen; nor premeditated. “I have received threats, and that is something you never get used to,” Hermoso mentioned in an interview with GQ magazine.
Likewise, the current Mexican Pachuca player thanked the support she received from all over the world and stressed that she does not want to be remembered for this episode, but for the struggle she experienced to change people’s mentalities.
“I want to be remembered as a person who has wanted to leave Spain at the top but, above all, as someone who has tried to change many mentalities. Fortunately or unfortunately, there is this story, but I am going to learn to take advantage of it positively to fight for what I believe is good for society. The #SeAcabó movement must bring a new era,” concluded Hermoso.