MANCHESTER United star Antony's ex-girlfriend is reportedly preparing to report him to police in the UK over allegations of domestic violence.
Antony has denied all the allegations against him, blasting them as "false" and saying he is sure his innocence will be proven.
His former partner Gabriela Cavallin previously filed a complaint against the £85million winger which is currently under ongoing investigation in his native Brazil.
Cavallin's fresh claims were first published by Brazilian media outlet UOL, one of the South American country's largest news providers.
The 23-year-old – a prominent DJ and influencer with nearly 500,000 followers on Instagram – claims she suffered aggression and threats while with the former Ajax player in Manchester.
UOL reported that Cavallin's lawyers are preparing to file a police report including a 70-page document detailing alleged evidence against Antony.
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Cavallin's lawyer, Vanessa Souza, claimed that the player sent threatening messages, locked her in his house, and subjected her to violence.
He is alleged to have at one point left her needing surgery to fix a displaced breast implant.
The influencer also went on Record TV – the second most watched channel in Brazil – and made allegations against Antony.
Souza said: "I was contacted through Gabriela's lawyers in Brazil to represent her interests with the Crown Prosecutor Service (England prosecutors) and the Manchester Police."
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Cavallin previously accused Antony of assaulting her four times in a complaint to police in São Paulo.
The case remains under investigation in Brazil.
Antony hit out at the allegations in June in a lengthy statement on his Instagram.
He explained he initially remained silent until after giving his statement to cops.
The footballer added he is certain that his innocence will be proven and the damage made to his image "will remain in the past."
He wrote: "To friends, fans, and followers,
"For your sake, after giving my statement at the police station where the investigation involving my name is being conducted, I would like to speak publicly for the first time since I was falsely accused of assault.
"I remained silent until this moment so that nothing could interfere with the investigative process, but during all these days my family and I suffered in silence.
"Even though I was born and raised in a very underprivileged community, I had never been through a situation similar to this one, in which a false accusation of assault generated a prior and unfair public judgement by some people.
"After the investigation is closed, my innocence will be proven, it being certain that justice will prevail and the damage initially caused to my image will remain in the past.
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"Thank you for the countless messages of support received during this very difficult time."
The Sun Online has contacted Manchester United and Greater Manchester Police for comment on the allegations.
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