Doctor accuses Lula’s son of physical and moral aggression

Doctor accuses Lula’s son of physical and moral aggression
Doctor accuses Lula’s son of physical and moral aggression
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The doctor Natália Schincariol, ex-girlfriend of Luís Cláudio Lula da Silvaregistered this Tuesday (2) a police report against the youngest son of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) for physical and psychological aggression. The police report was opened at the São Paulo Women’s Police Station.

According to Natália, the attacks were carried out by “physical, verbal, psychological and moral nature” and would have intensified over time in the relationship. The two had a relationship for about two years.

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Luís Cláudio denies all accusations.

According to the doctor, she was away from work for a month after being attacked with an “elbow in the stomach” during a fight with Luís Cláudio.

Furthermore, she said that she was hospitalized with anxiety attacks and that she receives constant threats and insults from the accused, who called her “mentally ill”, “ugly” and “slut”.

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Schincariol also reported that he had sexual relations with other women “without protection.” “He contracted infection and knowingly exposed me to risk.”

On a social network, the victim asked that President Lula and his family not be held responsible. “Stop holding family members responsible for the evil of a 40-year-old adult man. They are totally different people,” he wrote. The post was deleted minutes later.

The other side

In a statement released on Instagram, Luís Claudio’s defense states that they were aware of the “fantastic statements”. The note was signed by lawyers Galib Jorge Tannuri and Carmen Silvia Costa Ramos Tannuri.

The article is in Portuguese

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