Camila Lattanzio lived a moment of great despair after suffering an attempted kidnapping on a car trip requested by an application. The former Big Brother gave all the details of what happened this Monday morning and advised her followers to take more precautions.
Through her Instagram stories, the media appeared very concerned while smoking a cigarette. “A while ago I went through the ugliest situation of my life, they tried to kidnap me in an Uber,” she began, assuring that it took her a couple of hours to realize what had happened.
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“I have a trip from Ituzaingó to Palermo every day. “I took an Uber to go to the canal, the driver deviated from the trip and wouldn't let me out,” he continued, explaining the driver's modus operandi. As it was a regular route in her routine, Camila Lattanzio was able to quickly realize what was happening, however, she did not have her cell phone to communicate with and she had to manage to escape from the vehicle. “I didn't have a battery and the only option was to practically throw myself out of the car,” she said.
Camila Lattanzio recounted the attempted kidnapping she suffered on Monday morning. (Photo: Instagram / camii_lattanzio)
The media was responsible for warning its followers of this type of case, to avoid similar situations in the future. “Be careful and always be attentive. Luckily I am caught, but in one of those it could go wrong,” she said.
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Finally, Camila Lattanzio referred to the consequences left by the moment and admitted: “I'm fine now, but now I'm afraid of even being alone.”
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Camila Lattanzio reported her ex-boyfriend Dante Coconi to the police, whom she accused of locking her in his house after complaining about the disappearance of her cell phone. Two days after publishing a video in which she tearfully recounted the disturbing episode, the former Big Brother decided to move forward with Justice.
From the Twitter account @elejercitodeLAM, the document was published, issued by the 3rd Las Cabañas police station in Ituzaingó. There, she proceeded to recount the facts and figure, as Cami explained at the time, the discussion that arose between them and how her boyfriend forcibly detained her.
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In the folio, it is highlighted that the influencer called her mother and her sister Laura when her partner at the time of the incident. They alerted the police, and although the presence of two patrol cars at the scene made it easier for her to leave, the man decided to get into her car in a later episode. In fact, there is a video that could prove what happened.
Camila Lattanzio proceeded and reported her boyfriend to the Ituzaingó police. (Photo: Instagram / camii_lattanzio)
Another unpublished fact that was learned through the document exposed by the LAM account is that Camila contacted her attacker hours later with the intention of meeting him again so that he could return her belongings. Indeed, Coconi attended, but this time with an explosive attitude and under threats.
“Dante always tells him that he knows all of the Moreno police, because he works with them. For this reason, he fears that he will harass her, because he is a violent person, he fears for his safety and that of his family,” the document states.
On the air of Mañanísima (Ciudad Magazine), journalist Estefanía Berardi said that she managed to talk with Lattanzio and gave some details. “I spoke with Camila, I congratulated her for having reported and told her that if she needed anything, she would make me available to her. She answered me late and she said 'Hello, Estefi. I'm a little calmer,'” the panelist said.
And he completed: “Then it took him two more days to answer me and I spoke last night. She told me 'I'm calmer because I'm supported by my family. Only now am I thinking with distance about the madness I experienced. Maybe I still didn't sleep or eat very well.'”