Dozens of Venezuelan girls denounce alleged serial stalker Rebeca García | EUROtoday

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Dozens of younger Venezuelan girls have denounced a lady referred to as Rebeca García, who they declare has been harassing, stalking and threatening them over a number of years.

The case has now gone viral on social media in Latin America, partially due to the overwhelming response to the victims’ accounts and pleas for justice within the nation the place officers have claimed that “harassment between women doesn’t exist.”

Ms García, who’s now being known as the “Venezuelan Baby Reindeer” by Latin American media, has been accused of sending a whole bunch of inappropriate emails to her victims, breaking into their residences, and publishing a e book on Amazon detailing “false” encounters and fantasies with a number of girls.

Over the years, her victims have reported her to Venezuelan authorities with out success, claiming officers dismissed the case below the pretexts that Ms García has “obvious mental deterioration” and that “harassment between women doesn’t exist.”

One of the primary victims to talk out towards Ms García’s alleged harassment was the Venezuelan make-up artist Anny De Trindade, who claims that she has “called me from different phone numbers, written on Instagram, insists on sending me gifts to my work” and even painted graffiti close to the place she lives.

In her thread, Ms Triande shared screenshots of emails Ms García has despatched her detailing crude sexual acts she desires to interact in along with her and saying she’s going to “regret treating me this way.”

“Rebeca is a woman who has dedicated her life to harassing innocent women,” wrote Ms Triande. “I am sick and tired of the law protecting her just because she is a woman.”

Claudia Aguirrezabal, one other sufferer below the username @cocoaguirre, claimed that Ms García “came almost daily to my building, filled my entire street with graffitis with my name, my last name, my username” and despatched her “hundreds of messages a day.” She claims that the harassment worsened in 2020, and took a flip for the more severe after she broke into her constructing and jumped on high of her automobile asking to be let in.

“[During the pandemic] we were able to keep the situation ‘under control’,” Ms Aguirrezabal wrote. However, after Covid restrictions lifted, the police refused to bodily take away García from Aguirrezabal’s home and mentioned they “could only ask Rebeca to leave, since (in their words) they could not stop her because of her obvious mental deterioration.” Ms Aguirrezabal claims that Ms García has been hospitalized previously, however all the time resumes her harassment as soon as she is out.

In the screenshots that Aguirrezabal shared of García’s emails, the alleged stalker sends her footage from inside her residence complicated with the caption “The killer is inside the house”. In one other e-mail, Ms García tells Ms Aguirrezabal “if somebody is touching you, I am going to kill them as that is disrespectful to us and our relationship.”

Ms Aguirrezabal maintains that, although they went to the identical faculty, they had been 5 years aside, and he or she by no means “met, spoken or had a relationship with” Ms García.

Ms García has additionally written a 518-word e book titled “libro para cocoaguirre” [“book for cocoaguirre”] during which she particulars sexual fantasies and false encounters along with her victims.

In it, she writes about ready exterior of Ms Aguirrezabal’s home to see her automobile arrive. She additionally talks about eager to “crash a party” Ms Aguirrezabal and her buddies had been attending that weekend earlier than going right into a tirade towards Ms Aguirrezabal and her buddies asking God to “let her see them again” after which saying she desires them to get away as a result of she has “humiliated herself enough for them.”

“It is a problem that has no end and [that I have felt] has no solution,” Ms Aguirrezabal wrote. “It has been 7 years of fear of going out alone, of having to hide, of having to explain why my name is written all over my street, of being afraid.”

A majority of Ms García’s alleged victims, who’ve gone to the El Hatillo Police in Caracas, the Scientific, Criminal and Criminalistic Investigations Corps (Cicpc) and the Ministry of Internal Relations, have confronted obstacles on account of Ms Garcia’s alleged psychiatric issues.

Furthermore, they’ve didn’t file official complaints due to Ms García’s gender previously. According to Ms Aguirrezabal, the officer in cost on the Venezuelan Public Ministry advised her and Ms Trindade that “there is no law protecting harassment of women against women” after they tried to file one other criticism.

However, on Tuesday, after the threads went viral on X, the prosecutor’s workplace began investigating Ms García for sexual harassment and dying threats. The Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office had already acquired 4 formal complaints, largely from girls and kids.