Disgraced former Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales reportedly pressured an employee of the country's football federation (RFEF) to lie about the kiss-gate scandal with Jenni Hermoso.
Ever since they won the World Cup last month, it has been a tumultuous and dramatic period for Spanish football after Rubiales kissed Hermoso on the lips in the aftermath of their final victory over England.
Rubiales - who claimed the kiss was consensual - eventually resigned from his position despite initially refusing to do so, although he is battling charges of sexual assault and coercion.
Meanwhile, controversial former manager Jorge Vilda - who was closely linked to Rubiales and offered a new contract by the 46-year-old shortly before he resigned - was sacked from his role.
And, according to Spanish outlet El Confidencial, Rubiales pressured an employee in the RFEF's communications department to testify that Hermoso gave her consent to the kiss.
This testimony was used in the aftermath of incident and meant Rubiales wasn't initially removed from his role.
The report goes onto state the RFEF are now investigating these new allegations.
Rubiales came under intense scrutiny following the incident with Hermoso, with protests against his presidency taking place across Spain and high-profile individuals calling for him to resign.
FIFA handed him an initial 90-day suspension, and pushed to ban him for longer, while the Spanish FA publicly apologised for his behaviour.
Hermoso lodged a formal complaint earlier this month before returning to Mexico where she plays her club football after claiming the kiss was not consensual and prosecutors announced they had made their formal complaint to a judge at the Audiencia Nacional court in Madrid.
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