According to the decision of Judge Valentino Aparecido de Andrade, to which Twitter had access, the senator will not be able to comment on the personal or professional life of the presenter – and if he fails to comply with the measure, he must pay a daily fine of R $ 20 thousand.
The judge says that Kajuru’s statements, made in an interview on YouTube, cannot be considered just an exercise in freedom of expression:
In this interview, accentuated negative qualities were attributed to the person of the plaintiff, with the allusion to facts that evidently had the defendant’s objective of violating, in addition to any reasonable reasonable measure, the privacy, honor and image of the plaintiff, including how much it’s about lessening your intelligence.
He continues: “The defendant’s scorn arises, in theory, explicit when he says he is not afraid that the plaintiff will sue him again for such offenses, since he has already been prosecuted and convicted for facts of the same nature.”
After the offenses, Luciana Gimenez spoke through a column in Universa: “From the executive to the cleaning lady, from the religious to the call girl, we all deserve respect. All without restrictions. And if any man says otherwise, we will show that this is not the case. acceptable”.
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