RJ police indict Larissa Manoela’s mother for religious intolerance


The Rio de Janeiro Civil Police concluded the investigation it opened in August to investigate an exchange of messages between Larissa Manoela and her mother, Silvana Taques. In the conversation, she used the term “macumbeira” when referring to the family of the actress’ fiancé, André Luiz Frambach.

This Friday (1st), the authorities concluded the investigation and decided to indict Silvana for religious intolerance, as confirmed to the F5 by the authorities.

“According to the Office of Racial Crimes and Intolerance Offenses (Decradi), the investigation was concluded, with the indictment of the author for religious intolerance”, informs the note.

“I forgot to wish you… may you have a great Christmas with all the guides from this macumbeira family. hahaha”, wrote the pedagogue in a conversation with the artist via WhatsApp. Frambach and her family are Kardecist spiritists and the term “macumbeiro” is considered pejorative when referring to religions of African origin.

The complaint was made by the Commission to Combat Religious Intolerance of the State of Rio de Janeiro in conjunction with the Center for Articulation of Marginalized Populations (CEAP). O F5 He looked for Silvana and Larissa’s defense, but received no response.

At the beginning of November, Larissa managed to break the partnership she had with her parents and whom she accuses of abuse in the administration of her assets. She gave up an estimated net worth of R$18 million, according to the actress, due to the fight with her parents.

Source: Folha

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