Spain's World Cup kiss-gate president Luis Rubiales faces a prison sentence of up to FOUR YEARS if...
Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales could face a prison sentence of up to four years if found guilty of sexual assault after World Cup star Jenni Hermoso filed a formal complaint against him on Wednesday.
Rubiales was pictured kissing Hermoso on the lips as she went to collect her medal after Spain won the Women's World Cup for the first time last month.
Hermoso claimed afterwards that she 'did not enjoy' the kiss and that is was non-consensual, and has now made a complaint to the National Court Prosecutor's Office.
A non-consensual kiss can be considered sexual assault in Spain, and carries a prison sentence of one to four years.
However, a judge can downgrade the punishment if they see fit and instead hand down a fine, meaning if Rubiales is charged and found guilty he could escape jail-time.