Former Spanish soccer president Luis Rubiales will face trial for kissing forward Jenni Hermoso without her consent at the Women’s World Cup final. Rubiales was accused of sexual assault and coercion, allegedly trying to make Hermoso publicly support him. Rubiales initially denied any wrongdoing but eventually resigned from his post. The judge ruled that Rubiales, former Spain coach Jorge Vilda, sports director Albert Luque, and former head of marketing Rubén Rivera should be tried for pressuring Hermoso. The trial date is yet to be determined. Rubiales could face a fine or a prison sentence if found guilty under a new sexual consent law.