Murilo Rosa is accused of selling fake tickets in the final Rio 2016 male soccer

In his defense the actor said he was also deceived.
22/08/2016 15h26 - Updated 22/08/2016 15h26
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A Curitiba lawyer who declined to be identified is claiming that Murilo Rosa would have sold him two fake tickets for the final of the men's soccer in Rio-2016 Olympics on Saturday (20). According to the newspaper Extra, the man said he paid R $ 1.5 billion for the tickets for the match of the national team against Germany, who brought the first gold medal for Brazil in football.

As curitibano, the value that was recorded for each ticket was R $ 700 real but the actor would request a lower value, R $ 300 each entry. Then, the lawyer tried to enter but was told that the tickets were fake and ended up losing the grand final. In his defense Murilo said he was also deceived.

“I bought these tickets for R $ 2 thousand at the Olympic Park in a man who seemed personable. A cousin of mine gave me the contact. Just seemed a little anxious, but was the woman. So I bought. But Fernanda (wife Murilo) found, after, the tickets were for separate places. And the promoter Carol Sampaio was offering me other entries. We decided to buy them. I was kind of embarrassed to sell, but there were many people wanting tickets. Then I decided to sell. I would never imagine that the tickets were fake”, he explained.

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