Navas to take legal action against spying agents
MADRID (AP) — Keylor Navas says he will take legal action after 24 government agents of Costa Rica’s Judicial Investigation Department used a database to access personal information about the Real Madrid and national team goalkeeper.
Navas says on his website “I feel outraged, my privacy and that of my family have been violated. ... I have asked my lawyers in Costa Rica to take the necessary legal action.”
Costa Rica’s Judicial Investigation Department revealed on Wednesday that 24 of its own agents were being investigated for using an “information platform” to access information about Navas.
Navas helped Costa Rica reach the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time this summer.
He played his second game with Madrid on Wednesday, a 4-1 win at Cornella in the Copa del Rey.