A Mexican woman denounced her partner for forcing her to mark the initials of her name on her back with a hot iron, as if it were cattle, and then forcing her to tattoo it.
This fact constitutes a new case of domestic violence, which went viral after the woman, Mónica Taibo, made the complaint through a video posted on social networks, in which she pointed out Sergio Hernández Vallarino, her husband and notary of the town of Veracruz, who would have threatened and violated her on different occasions.
“I have been raped, threatened, cheated and a victim of family violence for which I filed a complaint with the specialized Prosecutor’s Office and an investigation folder is being integrated. I was forced to tattoo the marker with the initials of my attacker, who is my husband Sergio Hernández Vallarino. Who is the number 1 notary public in Cosamaloapan, Veracruz”, Taibo began by saying in the video.
Likewise, the woman made a call for help to the attorney general of Veracruz, the Governor and other entities in charge of ensuring human rights.
“One day we were eating at home with my children and Sergio Hernández Vallarino with a high-caliber pistol killed a puppy that was our pet. Telling me that this was so he would know that the next one to die could be me. For what I fear for my life and that of my family, ”he added regarding the subject.
In her story, the woman also revealed that her husband forced her to tattoo his signature and initials on her arm and wrists.
“He told me, somewhat mocking: ‘If one day you were with someone else after me, I don’t think I would accept you with so many tattoos that you have and that have to do with me, my name, my signature and my initials and above all the iron of my cattle,” he added to Imagen TV México.
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