The Rio de Janeiro Court had given the singer 15 days to prove an allegation about the images from the internal circuit of her home, in a lawsuit filed by an elderly fan.
Judge Josué de Matos Ferreira, in an order published on September 5th, ordered Anitta to prove that the images from the internal circuit of her home were lost due to the passage of time and the overlapping of recordings, as claimed by the artist’s defense.
The objective, according to the judge, is to re-evaluate, in contradiction, the feasibility of producing this evidence in the action filed by an elderly fan of the singer, called Maria Ilza.
Maria Ilza de Azevedo claims to have been exposed without her consent in the Netflix documentary “Anitta: Made In Honório”.
In the fifth episode of the documentary series, Maria Ilza is portrayed as someone who broke into the singer’s condominium in Rio Janeiro, but the fan’s lawyer, Gabriel de Paula Ferreira, claims in an interview with Splash that she was allowed to enter the mansion and that, Due to the way the scenes were broadcast, her client felt ridiculed.
Splash He tried to contact Anitta’s press office since the end of September, but was unable to do so. The report will be updated if the artist wishes to comment.