Horrifying moment pregnant woman tries to jump from second floor window ‘to escape abusive monster husband’


THIS is the disturbing moment a pregnant woman desperately tried to jump from the second floor window of an condominium block – allegedly in a bid to escape the clutches of her monster husband.

Horrifying footage reveals the woman place her leg over the window earlier than her companion seems to pull her head as he hauls her as soon as extra into the condominium in Brazil.

Footage reveals the pregnant woman attempting to jump out the window of an condominiumCredit: Twitter
Another clip shows her leaning backwards out of the window as her spouse hauls her back in
Another clip reveals her leaning backwards out of the window as her companion hauls her as soon as extra inCredit: Twitter

A second clip reveals the mum-of-one – who’s 10-weeks pregnant – leaning backwards over the window sill earlier than her allegedly abusive husband pulls her inside the course of him as they wrestle whereas he tries to shut the window.

After recording the disturbing incident on Saturday all through the metropolis Rio de Janeiro, neighbours phoned the police who arrested the 32-year-old husband, analysis Brazilian info outlet G1.

He reportedly turned indignant after discovering that his associate, 35, had written a observe asking for assist and thrown it out the window – nonetheless in accordance to G1, he steered authorities that the argument was “just a couple’s fight”.

The woman steered the outlet she had been repeatedly crushed by her husband of two years all by way of their relationship, and that he had threatened her and her four-year-old son, from a earlier relationship.

She reportedly jumped out of the window in May to try to get away from her husband’s alleged abuse, nonetheless continued to hope he would change.

“He was jealous and very possessive. He wouldn’t let me go out on the street, just for work. I even lost my job,” she steered G1.

“When he attacked me, I used to be scared and could not work.

“I made up excuses because I stayed indoors.

“We regularly believed that the particular person can change, nonetheless the aggression continues over time. And it solely will worsen.

“I didn’t have the courage. I was ashamed.”

Police superintendent Fernanda Fernandes says the neighbours who seen the incident unfold may need saved the woman’s life.

“Maybe if the neighbours hadn’t (called the police), filmed it, the victim would not have survived,” Fernandes stated. 

The man can be seen trying to close the window after pulling his wife back inside
The man is maybe seen attempting to shut the window after pulling his associate as soon as extra insideCredit: Twitter


Women’s Aid has this suggestion for victims and their households:

  • Always keep your cellphone shut by.
  • Get in contact with charities for assist, together with the Women’s Aid dwell chat helpline and suppliers comparable to SupportLine.
  • If you is maybe at risk, title 999.
  • Familiarise your self with the Silent Solution, reporting abuse with out talking down the cellphone, as a substitute dialing “55”.
  • Always keep some cash on you, together with change for a pay cellphone or bus fare.
  • If you take into account you studied your affiliate is about to assault you, try to go to a lower-risk space of the home – as an illustration, the place there’s a methodology out and entry to a cellphone.
  • Avoid the kitchen and storage, the place there are in all probability to be knives or fully totally different weapons. Avoid rooms the place you can develop to be trapped, comparable to the toilet, or the place you can probably be shut into a cabinet or fully totally different small area.

If you’re a ­sufferer of residence abuse, SupportLine is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm on 01708 765200. The charity’s e-mail assist ­service is open weekdays and weekends all by way of the disaster – messageinfo@supportline.org.uk.

Women’s Aid affords a live chat service – available on the market daily from 10am-6pm.

You might even title the freephone 24-hour ­National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.

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