Juan Encarnacion daughter is a minor, which means her age is less than 18 years old.
Encarnacion is a veteran Dominican baseball player. He played 11 seasons with many teams in the Major Baseball League (MLB).
However, Juan is under police investigation due to a sexual assault case concerning his own family member.
How Old Is Juan Encarnacion Daughter Age? Everything on Assault allegations
Juan Encarnacion daughter is minor in age.
Apparently, Juan Encarnacion was arrested by the Dominican police as per the National District province reports. And, Juan Encarnacion is facing serious sexual assault allegations against his kids right now.
The 45 years old former baseball player allegedly assaulted his own daughter in May. The child, however, is not named since she is just a minor.
In the Dominican Republic, anyone under 18 years old is considered a minor. Therefore, we can speculate that the reported victim is less than 18.
Encarnacion was scheduled to appear in Santo Domingo court on Saturday. Similarly, he has been prohibited to release on bail before the trial. Furthermore, he can face up to 15 years in prison.
Juan Encarnacion Wife & Family
The assault case was filed by Juan Encarnacion wife herself.
She alleges that Juan entered their daughter’s room while she was sleeping. He then reportedly “touched private parts of her body”.
Encarnacion’s spouse has not disclosed her identity yet. Due to the sensitivity of the case, we understand if she wants to protect her identity.
Juan Encarnacion family is from Las Matas de Farfán in Dominican Republic.
He temporarily moved to the USA when he was drafted by Detroit Tigers in 1992. He eventually made his MLB debut in 1997 and played in the league up to 2007.
However, his career ended on August 31, 2007, following an eye injury. He then returned back to his native country.
How Much is Juan Encarnacion Net Worth?
Juan Encarnacion net worth is estimated in millions, which is still under review.
He had a decade long career in MLB. In addition to Tigers, he played for teams like Cincinnati Reds (2002), Florida Marlins (2002–2003), Los Angeles Dodgers (2004), and Florida Marlins (2004–2005).
In 2006, Juan signed a 1-year contract worth $5million USD with St. Louis Cardinals. Likewise, he ended his career with the same team.
An average MLB player can earn over $4 million USD per year. Therefore, Juan’s salary must have been around the same number.