Aline, the woman who accused the son of the president of the Constitutional Court, Cándido Conde-Pumpido, is now the protagonist of an even more shocking story. According to the information revealed by Nacho Abad in Code10, this woman has a dark and violent past, which includes a search and arrest warrant in Brazil for attempted murder.
According to information from the Cuatro program, Aline, after having sexual relations with a young man she met through a dating app, tried to have a threesome by adding another woman, but, consumed by jealousy, she brutally attacked the man with two large kitchen knives, causing serious injuries to his chest. "He's coming in because he's going to kill me," the victim shouted, according to the summary.
Diego, the victim of the stabbing, has spoken with Code 10 to give his version of the events. Apparently, it was the second time they met and the two agreed to add a second prostitute to their meeting. It was then that she "had a psychotic break" and stabbed him three times in the right side.
Fortunately, the quick intervention of hotel security and subsequent emergency surgery miraculously saved the man's life. "If they didn't open me, he would have died," said the victim, indicating the large scar that runs vertically across his entire chest.
After the attack, according to the man's testimony, Aline fled from the hotel where the stabbing was committed to Sao Paulo, without anyone being able to locate her. Still, she contacted Diego while he was in the ICU to threaten him, but he hung up. "I haven't heard anything more," he said.
But that is not all. Aline, who is reported to have a significant addiction to drugs and alcohol, has an extensive criminal record. In total, as explained in Code 10, there are 29 cases against her: several scams, harassment of her ex-husband, an altercation with a patrol car and even drug trafficking.
The most surprising thing about this story is that Aline managed to elude the Brazilian authorities and flee to Spain, where she began to practice luxury prostitution. Upon her arrival in January, she quickly became involved with Cándido Conde-Pumpido Jr, whom she met outside a nightclub.
Aline admitted to prostituting herself initially with Conde-Pumpido Jr, but then continued to have unpaid sexual relations with him. "We were in a relationship," she admitted in an exclusive interview with Code 10 a few weeks ago.
This Brazilian woman's story became news in Spain when Aline accused Conde-Pumpido Jr. and two other men of gang raping her. Her complaint led to the arrest of the three men, who spent 48 hours in jail. However, the inconsistency of their testimonies and the evidence from the security cameras led the investigating judge to release them.
Precisely, the videos showed Aline banging on a door and Conde-Pumpido asking her to stop and regain control. "He could be dead," Code 10 collaborators have theorized about Conde-Pumpido when talking about Aline's attacks of anger.
Curiously, Aline withdrew her complaint shortly after, claiming that she did not remember what happened due to her drunken state. Then she went to Brazil. For his part, Conde-Pumpido remains admitted to a psychiatric clinic.