According to findings from the Public Prosecutor’s Office, which filed a complaint, Kelly and Romário had a troubled relationship that involved situations of domestic violence and ended shortly before the crime, on January 21st of this year.
Even so, as reported in the police report, Kelly had gone to her ex-partner’s house to get some personal belongings and found Geovanna taking a shower.
Because Romário was accompanied, Kely became jealous, armed herself with a knife and began attacking the young woman. Geovana ran, but the stabs hit her lungs and heart. She couldn’t resist and died in the house.
The ex-partner tried to stop Kelly from attacking Geovanna, but he was also injured and ended up falling on the sidewalk. He was rescued by a team from the Mobile Emergency Care Service (Samu).
Kelly was found by police officers crying and intimidating people who tried to approach her and the victims.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office also found that after the attacks, Kelly recorded a video showing what he had done and told the Military Police that he would only leave the place when he confirmed that Geovanna was dead.
The accused ended up being taken to the Araguaína Flagrantes Center and is still in preventive detention.
Judge Carlos Roberto de Sousa Dutra, from the 1st Criminal Court of Araguaína, received the MP’s complaint this Friday (2) and granted the body’s requests for her to answer for qualified homicide for base motives, for the death of Geovanna, and for qualified bodily injury, for injuring Romário.
As the accused has not yet appointed a lawyer in the process, it was not possible to request a defense position.