It all started when a 23-year-old girl named Simona was joking on a TikTok live with three other young people: Sergio Mengual, Iván Sánchez and Rubén Menor. It was all laughter until a man’s voice began to speak behind the scenes at her house. It was then when, when asking him to come out and say hello, this he gave him a slap that left the boys speechless and that has not stopped giving people talk due to the seriousness of the matter.
“It’s my father,” the victim wanted to explain between nervous laughs. “Speechless. It’s not for you. It’s that he was already angry with me because I answered some questions,” he continued saying trying to get out of trouble. However, no one believed the excuse that it was his father since, among other indications that it could be a case of gender violence, she had previously referred to him as “honey”.
With the media commotion that was mounted in the following hours and days, Simona had no choice but to admit that she works for her husband. However, she again denied the mistreatment confessing that they would have done it to gain followers and money.
I am in shock. Someone gives a host to the girl in full direct and she says that he is her father, but it seems that she is her partner because she calls him “honey”. If you are experiencing a situation like this, be it your father or your partner, you are a victim of violence and you must run away from there. pic.twitter.com/uRPuLC8ogm
— Gem MJ (@gmaemejota) January 28, 2023
Analyzing the sequence, the authorities acted ex officio and They identified those involved and located them in Soria. The man refused to give a statement at the police station and on Tuesday it was agreed to release him and make him available in Investigating Court 3, with jurisdiction over violence against women.
Even though Simona did not testify against her husband, did file a complaint for the harassment and threats received by third parties on social networks and the media as a result of what happened. However, the investigating court 4 agreed to dismiss it as it was not filed against any specific person.
The defendant, who has no criminal record, will sit again on the bench of the Court on February 21, after in a speedy trial held this Wednesday, he did not agree with the accusation of the Prosecutor’s Office and it was not possible to pass judgment.
The excuse given by Simona, the TikToker abused by her husband and the subject who by the way was ex officio, is incredible. He is now free and she continues to defend him. pic.twitter.com/ddfREc6zkO
— Karime Golib vlogs 💋 (@GolibKarime) February 1, 2023
Specifically, the Prosecutor’s Office had requested for him one year in prison for the crime of mistreatment and the deprivation of the permit to carry weapons for three years. also requested a restraining order, which prohibited him from approaching and communicating with the victim during the same period of time.
For her part, the alleged victim has not yet filed any complaint against her husband and He has asked that they not separate her from him or their two-year-old son from his father. In addition, he has justified his behavior in a direct subsequent to the one that started it all and in which he has said that “those are things that he has done when you have seen something If you see your partner talking to four boys…”, she reasoned, trying to explain her behavior. In total, she confessed to having been beaten twice by her husband.
Do you know the one who slapped his girlfriend right in the face and also she admitted that she has given him at least two beatings?
THEN IT IS STOPPED!!!!!
Social pressure works, together we are stronger and the fight will not stop until we finish with it. #TerrorismMacho ✊🏼✊🏼 pic.twitter.com/5FYkMYP2De
— Fierce Lettuce🔻✵🥬 (@lechuga_feroz) January 31, 2023
Last year, the prestigious medical journal The Lancet published what is considered the most important study to date on gender violence and in which such shocking figures were determined on this problem such as that 27% of women between the ages of 15 and 49 have suffered some type of physical and/or sexual violence by their partner at some point in their life. his life or what 13% (one in seven) claimed to have been a victim of gender-based violence in the last year.
Cover photo | TikTok