Racism has been the sad protagonist of today's events in Spain in recent days. The Vinicius case is not the only source from which controversies of this style arise, and it is that a former Big Brother participant, the model Liz Emiliano, has denounced insults and racist behavior against her after leaving the contest. She has confessed it on The Ana Rosa Program this morning.
The Dominican entered the reality show par excellence on Telecinco in 2008, when it was celebrating its tenth anniversary. Her participation left her at the gates of victory, being the last one eliminated before the Grand Final. She returned to the contest in the VIP version of her in 2016, lasting this time less and being the fifth expelled from her. It was after these participations that the current collaborator was the dart of all these derogatory comments.
To finish curling the curl, it is not the first time that the model is the victim of harassment of this type. Two years ago she was outraged on social networks after being subjected to derogatory comments in a transport service on demand. Without specifying the type of insults she received, Liz expressed her anger and discontent at such an unfortunate situation, stating that "in the 21st century, being racist and xenophobic is being sick in the head."
And it is that Liz Emiliano has suffered criticism from all areas and styles over many years, surprising as it may seem. One of the darts that she has taken the most from her has been those corresponding to her lifestyle. The model likes to travel and maintain a good level, which has cost her negative comments again. She has always defended herself by claiming that she had been working since she was twelve years old, "when she distributed flyers on the subway."
The most recent thing that was known about Liz Emiliano until last January was a series of incidents that affected her health. During the past Christmas holidays she had to go to the ER to solve some ailments. Her first diagnosis ended up being wrong, so the Dominican had to return and spend a night in the hospital to solve it. The second and most spectacular of hers was a fall that she suffered in the heart of Madrid.
Liz dodged a minor who crossed her on a bike lane in the Hortaleza neighborhood, when she was riding an electric scooter. The subsequent blow to the ground caused a fracture and she had to have her leg immobilized for a while. The recovery, however, turned out to be quick and without scares. Even her doctor was surprised by it, considerably reducing the time in the splint.