“He’ll keep coming for me”

The arrest of Carlos Navarrowho had been on the run from justice for 19 months after being sentenced to almost six years in prison for five crimes of gender-based violence, has been one of the big news stories of the week. His ex-wife, Fayna Bethercourthas received it with relief but also with great caution: “Yes, justice has been done, but I don’t feel like it’s the end of the story, unfortunately with him it never is.”

The former contestant of Big Brotherwho reacted to the news with a brief message on social media in which she admitted to being “in shock”, elaborated on Wednesday in the magazine Readings. She claims to be very satisfied but confesses to still “terrified and frightened”Fayna believes that her nightmare is not over because Carlos will find a way to continue punishing her and confesses that she has not yet recovered from the hell she lived with the father of her children: “He’ll keep coming for me”The director of the publication, Luis Pliego, has revealed that they even had to stop the interview because Fayna suffered “a panic attack, his face became paralyzed. He lives in a very strong post-traumatic stress”he said in TardeAR.

The Canarian, who is very grateful for the media coverage her case has received, has also responded to the letter El Yoyas wrote from prison, in which he laments the deterioration of his relationship with his two children and for which, of course, he blames his ex-wife: “He has prioritized his hatred for me over his love for his children.”she says.

In a module for abusers

Carlos Navarro was arrested last Tuesday in l’Anoia (Barcelona), in a farmhouse in La Torre de Claramunt, after 19 months of being wanted. Navarro was sentenced to five years and eight months in prison for continuously abusing his ex-wife, Fayna Bethencourt, whom he met in 2001 on the popular game show Gran Hermano and whom he later married. He was also sentenced for abusing the two children they have in common. The operation to achieve his arrest was led by the Fugitive Location section of the National Police and had the collaboration of the Mossos d’Esquadra.

After spending the first few days in a temporary cell in Brians I prison, El Yoyas was transferred this Tuesday to the final module where he will serve his sentence, intended for those convicted of gender violence, in the Brians II building, the same one where Dani Alves was. According to his lawyer, he has adapted well to his new life, has made a couple of friends and has managed to get tobacco and cafeteria vouchers thanks to the 500 euros his family has paid for his prison expenses.