The tattoo artist from San Juan Patricio Pioli was released with assisted freedom and was detained for violating the perimeter

The tattoo artist from San Juan Patricio Pioli was released with assisted freedom and was detained for violating the perimeter
The tattoo artist from San Juan Patricio Pioli was released with assisted freedom and was detained for violating the perimeter

In the last few hours it was announced that the San Juan tattoo artist Patricio Pioli was arrested again in La Rioja for violating the perimeter that had been imposed on him by the Justice of La Rioja in the case of “pornoextortion.”

The victim of said case, Paula Sánchez Frega, made a publication on her social networks where she explained that she was accompanying her partner at the tattoo expo at the Paseo Cultural Castro Barros when the device began to ring.

“Mr. Pioli, being aware of the event since he himself is dedicated to that field and having a friend of his present there, he knew who was participating in it, one of those people is my partner and father of my children, in the same way the 100 meters were not respected and it was present in a place where I was with my two children” says the text.

In this context, the Gender Violence judge Gisela Flamini, who was on duty when the complaint was filed over the weekend, was in charge of ordering the arrest.

The magistrate explained that Pioli enjoyed the benefit of semi-freedom, but crossed the victim’s restricted area on two occasions. “The device reacted on two occasions and opened a new case for disobedience to authority,” she said.

The tattoo artist remains detained and could be transferred to the Rioja prison service.

THE CASE

Paula Sánchez Frega fought for four years to prove in court that she was a victim of Patricio Pioli, the tattoo artist from San Juan who became the first convicted in 2021 (he was given 5 years in prison) for having viralized sexual videos and photos of his ex partner. The young influencer had had a relationship with the man in La Rioja in 2017 that lasted just eight months but, according to her testimony, when she decided to end the relationship, what she describes as “a hell that never ends” began for her. more” and haunts her to this day.

Technically, Pioli was convicted of coercion and minor injuries, because the crime of “revenge porn” is not yet contemplated in Argentine law.

 
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