The decision was made by Record Tv after days of intense protests on social media. The broadcaster has also ensured psychological assistance to the 32-year-old model former competitor of Big Brother Vip
The Dayane Mello case, as it has been renamed by various media, is enriched with a new chapter. Nego Do Borel, the contestant of the Brazilian reality show La Fazenda, been disqualified after accusations of harassing the Brazilian model live, ex Big Brother Vip
. The announcement was made by the same television network, Record TV, through a post published on Instagram. The singer – meanwhile – denies any accusation and says he is ready to defend himself.
According to what was stated by Record Tv through social media, the Brazilian model who in February had lost a brother (Lucas, who died at 27), received psychological support and had an interview. Dayane’s lawyers are ready to do battle. While those of Do Borel are in contact with the legal team of the issuer to verify all the information and get more details. We make it clear that we are in favor of justice being done – the artist’s press office wrote in a note – and we ask to avoid trials without evidence or based on small clippings from the internet.
The broadcaster’s choice to suspend the singer came after the massive media tam tam of the last few days. Thousands of tweets from Italian and Brazilian fans in support of the model. There are also those who contacted the police in Brazil. The accusation that Mello suffered heavy harassment while he was confused and therefore unable to defend himself. Two of his former roommates in the house of the VIP Big Brother, Rosalinda Cannav and Giulia Salemi, also intervened to help Dayane. Even from Dayane’s Instagram profile, now in the hands of her staff, requests for help were raised: While Dayane was completely unconscious and without any awareness of her actions, she was exposed once again in a situation of risk to her physical integrity. .
September 26, 2021 (change September 26, 2021 | 17:50)
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