Mother of four-year-old and nine-month-old baby hanged herself after jealous lover sent their sex tape to her colleague & # 39; s
- Veronica Rubio, 32, from Spain, was found dead at home in Alcala de Henares
- Former partner allegedly sent tire to colleagues in the CNH Industrial Truck Factory
- The Spanish police have confirmed that they are now investigating Mrs. Rubio's death
A mother of two took her own life after her former partner sent an old sex tape to her colleagues.
Veronica Rubio, 32, from Spain, was found hanging in her home, located in Alcala de Henares, after her jealous ex-boyfriend, who was not mentioned, would send so-called explicit images to a colleague in CNH Industrial truck factory.
Allegedly, the act of revenge was the attempt by the ex-boyfriend to rebuild his relationship with Rubio – who was now married to a four and nine month old baby.
Ninety-two, Veronica Rubio, 32, from Spain, took her own life after her former partner sent an old sex tape to her colleagues at the CNH Industrial truck factory.
After attempts to resume their relationship were rejected by the mother of two, the jealous partner would have threatened Mrs. Rubio with the explicit images.
The private video was then sent to an employee in the factory where Mrs. Rubio worked.
The video, which was also sent to Mrs. Rubio's husband, continued to spread to other colleagues in the factory that belongs to Iveco.
Unable to bear the increasing pressure, Rubio would have spoken to the head of Human Resources.
According to the company, she received support, in accordance with the company's protocol, and was encouraged to report the matter to the Spanish police.
Mrs. Rubio (pictured with colleague & # 39; s) started to be under increasing pressure when the video came up at work
The mother of the two worked in the CNH Industrial truck factory in Spain, owned by Iveco
But Rubio chose not to submit an official report to the police and was found dead the next day in her house.
After the devastating discovery, workers in the factory allegedly organized a protest and are also suspected of suing the organization for not activating the sexual harassment protocol.
The Spanish police have confirmed that they are now investigating the case, but it is not yet known whether arrests have been made.
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