Jóbson Leandro Pereira de Oliveira is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Brasiliense. Jóbson started his career at Brasiliense, winning the Campeonato Brasiliense in 2007 and 2008, he played for Santa Maria in the Distrito Federal before being loaned to South Korean club Jeju United in 2009. On 23 September 2009 Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas signed Jóbson on loan until December. After showing great football at Botafogo, he was about to be signed by Cruzeiro, but the deal was cancelled since he failed two anti-doping tests on November after smoking crack cocaine. On 19 January 2010, Jóbson received a two-year ban from football by the Superior Tribunal de Justiça Desportiva de Futebol of Confederação Brasileira de Futebol for his doping case. In April 2010, after an appeal, the ban was reduced to six months after considerations that he failed the second test without knowledge of the first failure. After his ban was over, he signed a five-year deal with Botafogo, despite an unsuccessful attempt to sign the player again on loan at first.

On 10 December 2010, WADA appealed to FIFA and the highest sports court – Court of Arbitration for Sport to have Jóbson serve the full-time ban. After constant disciplinary issues, Jóbson was dropped from the first team and joined Atlético Mineiro on loan for the 2011 season. However, he was released from Atlético after only three months. On 4 May 2011, he was loaned out to Bahia, but again was released after only three months after being late to training sessions and travels. On 14 September 2011, CAS upheld WADA appeal, which Jóbson would be suspended for the remaining ​1 1⁄2 years of the ban since 6 September 2010 ruling him out of the 2011 season and part of the 2012 state league, his first game back with Botafogo was on 10 March 2012 against Bangu. On 1 June 2012, Jóbson was loaned to Grêmio Barueri. However, he decided to leave the club after only 40 days claiming he was unadapted and that the club lacked supporters. In January 2013, he was loaned to São Caetano for one year, he left the club in May 2013 after being taken into custody for assaulting his wife.

Lacking interested clubs to offload the player in Brazil, Botafogo loaned Jóbson to Saudi club Ittihad FC in August 2013. After refusing to undergo an anti-doping test at Ittihad FC he received a four-year ban in Saudi Arabia in 2014, leading to his return to Brazil. Jóbson received a new opportunity at Botafogo during the second half of 2014 but did not impress, playing 8 times and failing to score. However, in 2015, he became one of the key players for the team at 2015 Campeonato Carioca, helping his club to reach the final. On 24 April 2015, right before the first leg of the Campeonato Carioca final, FIFA stated that Jóbson's four-year suspension would be applied not only in Saudi Arabia, but worldwide, banning the player from professional football until April 2018. On 10 July 2018, Jóbson resumed his professional career after signing for Brasiliense Futebol Clube. With no further matches to be played in 2018, Brasiliense loaned him to Capital until the end of the year, where he won the 2018 Campeonato Brasiliense 2nd division.

Back to Brasiliense in 2019, Jóbson played for the club in a pre-season friendly match against Uberaba. On 22 January, he was suspended by the club by disciplinary reasons. On 20 February, he was again loaned out to Capital until the end of the 2019 Campeonato Brasiliense. On 23 June 2016, Jóbson was arrested in northern Brazil under the accusation that he raped four teenage girls, aged 12 to 14, after luring them to a party with alcohol. On 5 June 2017, he was arrested after a traffic accident which resulted in one death and was violating conditions of his previous parole. After violating the conditions of his new parole, he returned to jail on September, leaving on 27 April 2018. JóbsonK League stats at

A Monster in Paris

A Monster in Paris is a 2011 French 3D computer-animated musical comedy science fantasy adventure film directed by Bibo Bergeron, based on a story he wrote. It was produced by Luc Besson, written by Bergeron and Stéphane Kazandjian, distributed by EuropaCorp Distribution, features the voices of Sean Lennon, Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg, Danny Huston, Madeline Zima, Matthew Géczy, Jay Harrington, Catherine O'Hara, Bob Balaban. Many aspects of the film are a direct copy from the Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera, it was released on 12 October 2011. It was produced by Bibo Films, France 3 Cinéma, Walking The Dog, uFilm, uFund, Canal+, France Télévisions, CinéCinéma, Le Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique and Umedia, its music was composed by Sean Lennon and Patrice Renson. It was edited by Nicolas Stretta; the film is set in 1910. A shy projectionist Emile Petit has a passion for film and is in love with his co-worker at the cinema, Maud, his friend, an exuberant inventor and delivery driver, picks him up from work to transport him in his bizarre vehicle, to obtain a new belt for his projector.

In purchasing a new belt, Emile buys himself a new camera, stolen by a thief. The story introduces Lucille, Raoul's childhood friend: a cabaret singer at the club L'Oiseau Rare, whose aunt Carlotta tries to marry her to the wealthy Police Commissioner, Victor Maynott. One evening, Raoul brings Emile to make a delivery to the Botanical Gardens. In the absence of the Professor who works there, the place is guarded by his assistant, a proboscis monkey named Charles. Here, Raoul experiments with an "Atomize-a-Tune" mixture which temporarily gives Charles the voice of an opera singer and an unstable "super fertilizer" which grows a sunflower seed into a giant sunflower, which topples towards Raoul and Emile. In the ensuing disorder, an explosion occurs. Everyone is unscathed, but Emile is convinced he has glimpsed a monstrous creature, a photo of which appears in the newspapers. An investigation is launched into the whereabouts of the creature by Maynott's second in command, Pâté, but is fronted by Maynott, in the hope of popular support for his mayoral candidacy.

At the same time he tries unsuccessfully to seduce Lucille. Meanwhile, Lucille is trying to find a new musician for her show, turns down the cabaret's waiter, Albert. Trying to vacate the cabaret, Albert stumbles across flees, terrified. Upon seeing the creature, Lucille is frightened, but hears it sing and discovers it is not dangerous but has a lovely singing voice, she therefore welcomes it, under the name of Francoeur. It is revealed that the creature is a flea that the fertilizer, amidst all the other chemicals in the laboratory explosion, enlarged to human scale. During the investigation and Raoul's role in the laboratory incident is discovered. For Maynott's interest in the creature, they receive the Medal of Honor. On a challenge set earlier by Lucille, Raoul uses this to get the best seats at Lucille's show at "The Rare Bird", where Francoeur and Lucille sing as a duet. After the show and Raoul congratulate Lucille on her show, but Lucille reveals the identity of Francoeur, which Albert reports to the police.

Emile and Francoeur narrowly escape and Albert is arrested on suspicion of lying to the police. The next day, Maynott opens the Montmartre Funicular, which serves Montmartre and the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur; the trio, along with Charles, decide to feign the death of the creature. When Maynott discovers the creature hiding under the stage, Francœur and his friends are chased through the streets of Paris by Maynott; the chase concludes at the tip of the Eiffel Tower. After a battle to protect Francoeur from Maynott, a gunshot from Maynott and Francoeur's sudden disappearance leads everyone to believe he is dead. Maynott is arrested by Pâté for premeditated murder, while Emile and Maud fall into each other's arms; that evening Lucille is distraught by the disappearance of Francoeur. Whilst struggling to begin, she hears; some time the absent Professor returns from his trip. Francoeur receives second billing on the posters advertising Lucille's show. Lucille and Raoul share their first kiss in Lucille's dressing room.

In a flashback, it is revealed that Raoul misunderstood Lucille's intentions when she took his toy truck as a child & dash. In a mid-credits scene, Lucille, Maud, Charles, Pâté scatter super-fertilized sunflower seeds to drain the flooded Seine. In a post-credits scene, Maynott is shown in the same cell as Albert and the thief from earlier, forced to endure the duo's appalling singing; the film was released in 2011 in France, Belgium, South Korea and Ukraine, released in 2012 in Croatia, Hungary, the UK, the US, Israel, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Taiwan, Mexico and Japan and released in 2013 in Peru. The film received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, it received an aggregate score of 87% based on 23 reviews. Annie Awards 2014 Annie Award - Outstanding Achievement in Character Design in an Animated Feature Production - Christophe Lourdelet - NominatedCésar Awards, Fr