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June 28, 2011 12h00PM {data}2011-06-28{/data}{hora}12:00{/hora} {data}2011-06-28{/data}{hora}12:04{/hora}

Jonathan Dos Santos is rumored to be among the players involved.. Photo: Mexsport

Jonathan Dos Santos is rumored to be among the players involved.
Photo: Mexsport

The manager of Hotel Quito in Ecuador told ESPN that they have videos showing women entering the rooms of some Mexican players.

"We have videos of females visiting (at least three), entering with the baggage of the team into the area of the players' bedroom," claimed Roberto Ramia.

"In one of the rooms, the National Police found a garbage can with the keys to five of the rooms (they used) and used condoms were also found," Ramia alleged in the program Los Capitanes.

The manager claimed that the keys and condoms were found in room 109, which was used by Nestor Vidrio and Jonathan dos Santos.

This version of events seems to reinforce the theory that the people who robbed players of the Mexican team in Ecuador were able to get the room keys from four prostitutes who allegedly entered the hotel with the players.

On Saturday, computers, iPads, cellphones, documents, and cash were stolen from the rooms of Mexican players in the hotel.

In the same radio show, Mexico manager Jose Manuel de la Torre basically washed his hands of the situation, saying that Luis Fernando Tena is the manager responsible for the under-22 team that will compete in the Copa America.

On Tuesday, Hector Gonzalez Inarritu, director of Mexico's national teams, will hold a press conference at 11:30 am (Miami) to talk about the case.

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