Son-in-law and father-in-law maintained a relationship and frequented motels in Araraquara (SP)Playback/X
Published 22/11/2023 18:14
Rio – The case between the son-in-law and father-in-law, in the city of Araraquara, in the interior of São Paulo, took the web by surprise. Camila Oliveira, daughter and wife of the two involved in the case, took her father’s cell phone, Edielson Oliveira, and discovered the affair he had had with her husband, Juninho Virgilio, for at least two years. Angry, she decided to expose the two on social media and the case went viral this Tuesday (21).
After taking her father’s cell phone and discovering conversations and videos of Edielson and Juninho, Camila decided to take revenge and set fire to her husband’s car. She then shared, on her Facebook profile, several prints of what she found on the device, as Edielson liked to record meetings with his son-in-law at the motel.
It didn’t take long for the images to go viral on social media. On X, formerly Twitter, internet users retrieved the videos, which show Juninho naked and uncomfortable, while Edielson records him. In one of the images, Camila’s father even jokes that he ran out of gas when he returned from the motel.
After Camila set fire to her husband’s car, Edielson lost control and started shouting at Juninho. In one of the videos, the father-in-law appears throwing objects while shouting in the street. “I sucked your c..”, he screams. In another record, neighbors appear trying to contain Edison’s anger, which ends up being beaten by the population.
Trying to defend himself, Juninho also used social media to say that he maintained his relationship with his father-in-law only because he was being threatened. Camila denied her husband and revealed that there are conversations in which the two exchange caresses and Juninho asks for money in exchange for the meetings.
On X, internet users made the gossip viral and were shocked by the case that was revealed. “Brazilians know how to bring entertainment like no one else”, commented one profile. “That’s what I call a frill,” said another. “There is so much information to assimilate that I’m lost here”, said a third.