- Indian police are also pursuing four other suspects.
Three men appeared in an Indian court today accused of gang-raping a Brazilian travel vlogger while she was traveling the world on a motorcycle with her husband.
Police in India are also hunting four other suspects in connection with the violent assault.
Fernando, 28, and Vicente, 63, have 300,000 followers online and where they have been documenting their trip around the world on a motorcycle.
The couple, who were heading to Nepal from India on separate motorcycles, reportedly stopped for the night in the Dumka district of Jharkhand, India, and camped in a makeshift tent before being discovered by the men. and harassed by men who then sexually assaulted Fernando. .
In a video recorded at a hospital in India, Vicente revealed the injuries he suffered and said his “mouth was shattered” after the attackers used a helmet and a rock to hit him.
Fernando (left) and Vicente (right) have been documenting their trips around the world by motorcycle online. The couple, who were heading to Nepal from India on separate motorcycles, stopped for the night in the Dumka district of Jharkhand, India, when the attack occurred.
Three men accused of gang-raping Fernando appeared in court in India today. Police in India are also hunting four other suspects in connection with the violent assault.
The couple, known as @vueltaalmundoenmoto on Instagram, have been on a mission to travel the world for the past five years. Their biological states have traveled together 170,000 km, visiting 66 countries.
Fernanda and her partner Vicente have shared heartbreaking images after several men allegedly beat and raped the Brazilian influencer.
Fernanda, who is seen with visible bruises on her face, said they were also robbed but it was clear that “their only intention was to rape her.” She added that they went to the police for help.
The men are believed to be between 20 and 30 years old and have been accused of raping Fernanda in turns.
According The TelegraphThe couple appeared in court today and were given around £9,500 in compensation by Indian authorities.
Anjaneyulu Dodde, deputy commissioner of Dumku, said: ‘We have given him a compensation of one million rupees. We are carrying out a thorough investigation and will try to ensure a speedy trial and conviction.’
The couple, known as @vueltaalmundoenmoto on Instagram, have been on a mission to travel the world for the past five years. In their biological states they have traveled 170,000 km together, visiting 66 countries.
They now plan to return to Spain, where they live, before resuming their trip at a later date.