The 24-year-old lured underaged children through social media networks with threads about video games.
After a lengthy period out with injury, the 10-times French Open champion has reclaimed top spot in tennis.
EU leaders and influential figures have remained largely silent on the crisis in Catalonia, hoping it might somehow resolve itself without the need for their involvement. But with former Catalan leader Puigdemont in Brussels, the EU is again in the spotlight.
Charges of rebellion and sedition called for by Spain’s attorney general against Puigdemont and other Catalan officials
On Monday October 30th, the office of Spain's attorney general called for charges of sedition, embezzlement and rebellion to be brought against Puigdemont and other Catalan MPs who voted for independence. Both the National Court and the Supreme Court have admitted the charges and are looking to prosecute.
Guy Verhofstadt, head of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, responded to Puigdemont's call for the EU "to react."
Spain's top criminal court summoned Catalonia's axed separatist leader for questioning, hours after he appeared in Brussels insisting he remained the "legitimate president" of a region now under direct rule from Madrid.