The hate crime section of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office of Valencia has opened proceedings against the co-founder and former leader of Vox in the city, Cristina Seguí, for the publication and/or dissemination of a video on her social networks about the minor victims of an alleged sexual assault allegedly by five adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17 in the Valencian town of Burjassot
As Europa Press has learned, the Public Ministry has officially opened the investigation for the publication of a video of the girls and for the comments made about the events.
Cristina Seguí, current president of the Gobierna-te association, posted on her Twitter account and on her Telegram channel a video in which the 12 and 13-year-old girls allegedly sexually assaulted on May 16 in Burjassot spoke with a friend, also minor.
Five minors, between 15 and 17 years old, were arrested and made available to the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office for their alleged involvement in sexual assault. The prosecutor demanded the internment of four of them in a closed regime but the court ordered their supervised release with restraining orders, a decision appealed by the Prosecutor's Office.
The Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) received several complaints for the dissemination of this video, including those from FACUA-Consumers in Action.
According to this entity, FACUA, the video mentioned the name of one of the minors and the first surname of another, the Instagram username of one of the victims appeared and, for a moment, the faces of two could be seen. of the girls talking.
Seguí spread the video with the following text on his Instagram account: "Hey, aunts... we're going to become famous on TV.
The hate crime section of the Valencia Provincial Prosecutor's Office is investigating him in case the facts could constitute a crime.