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Domestic violence has not been proven: Joana Amaral Dias breaks her silence on her son’s acquittal

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Domestic violence has not been proven: Joana Amaral Dias breaks her silence on her son’s acquittal

Recently, Joana Amaral Dias’ eldest son was in the news for being tried for alleged domestic violence. Currently 28 years old, Vicente was eventually acquitted.

This Monday, the 5th, the psychologist broke her silence on the matter, saying that she dealt “very calmly” with the news involving her firstborn. “First of all, my son is not a public figure. I never exposed Vicente as a public figure. I always thought that I should protect him from that and that he, one day, if he wanted to be a public figure, would make that decision”, protected, right from the start, Joana Amaral Dias, in an interview with Manuel Luís Goucha.

“His life does not have to be the subject of scrutiny, nor profanity, and he has the right to the protection of his private life. But I, as a mother and public figure, have always been very calm, especially because I know the person who accused him of this, I know Marta’s parents very well… Whom, in fact, I feel very sorry for as they also suffered from this. They are people that I esteem and value”, made a point of mentioning the also TVI and CNN Portugal commentator .

Joana Amaral Dias always believed in her son’s acquittal. “I knew that there was no point in it, as they say. I knew that Vicente was also very well represented by Patrícia Cipriano, my lawyer and who also represented Vicente”, he stated, claiming: “If anything was evident in the room audience is that he was the victim of violence. But now that we have passed this phase I want to make it very clear that I am not responsible for any attitude of my adult children. I am responsible for my minor children: Luz, who will do eight years old, and Dinis, six.”

Vicente “dealt badly” with the media repercussion of the case. “He didn’t like it. He was nervous, he slept poorly, he lost some weight… We always tried to support him, of course. We were always by his side. But it was very unpleasant”, said the psychologist, who is relieved that the matter was closed: “He He’s recovered, but he had a bad time. Nobody likes to be accused of something they didn’t commit.”

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Watch, now, the videos of the interview given by Joana Amaral Dias in the afternoon “Goucha“.

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