Sheron Menezzes shared a painful experience with fans. The actress said, in a video, that she suffered an armed robbery two days ago. In the report, she says that she was injured and was almost run over by a bus during the criminals’ action. However, faced with what could have happened, she woke up, this Friday morning, “being aware that she had experienced a miracle”.
“A car closed in on mine, in the left lane, and four heavily armed men got out, wanting to steal the car and take the things,” he said. “And, while I was getting out of the car, a bus, at more than 80 km/h, hit the back of my car, while I was being robbed. And then it comes… This driver didn’t see what was happening , didn’t see the car parked on the street. I was hurt, but it was very little compared to what could have happened.”
According to her, the robbers were very nervous, pointing the gun at her. “He screamed a lot that he wanted my cell phone, he snatched the ring from my hand,” she says. “They didn’t fire any shots, they managed to escape. And that bus didn’t run over me on the road… For a few moments I said: ‘My God, so many things could have happened…'”
The actress said that she feels reborn and the episode made her rethink many things about life. “I’m at home, with my family and I’m fine. And I’m happy to be here. So, I wanted to share with you this great miracle that happened here. I really feel reborn, as if I had two birthdays, a new opportunity to do better and rethink the things that are important to me. Living in a lighter way, doing good, experiencing love. I am reflective, thinking about everything that happened. But, in fact, I think it was a great opportunity to do everything better. And since I had this opportunity, I’m going to live a life well lived.”
In the caption of the video, the actress wrote: “I received two miracles! I was reborn. I learned even more the value of each moment. I’m here, I’m alive! I’m happy! And I hope this video reaches you as a reminder that our life is so valuable and every moment with the one we love needs to be celebrated. Gratitude to God, the orixás and the universe”.