The stalker who forced you Scarlett Camberosformer captain of the eagles of americaleft Mexico last March, again assaulted a soccer player from the Mexico City-based women’s club.
“At Club América we regret to inform that once again one of our players, whom we will not mention to protect her identity, is being a victim of digital violence and presented the corresponding complaint and evidence to the authorities on June 30,” this explained. Thursday one of the two most popular clubs in the country in a press release.
The team led by the Spanish coach Ángel Villacampa added that it was forced to publicly denounce and reveal the name and photographs of the alleged attacker, José Andrés Martínez Hernández, because as in the case of Camberos, the authorities have not prevented violence against their players dismissed due to the lack of legislation in Mexico to punish digital harassment.
According to the team, this person also attacked two other former footballers of the club, of whom he did not reveal his identity either. “The Center for Justice for Women in Mexico City is being requested to order that the precautionary protection measures be immediately complied with in favor of the complainant and all the players that make up the América women’s team,” added the Águilas .
Psychological and digital support
He also made sure that he has provided psychological and emotional support to the players allegedly assaulted by this subject. “From Club América we will seek the accompaniment of public institutions to promote the necessary improvements to the current legal framework so that acts of digital violence that affect millions of women do not go unpunished.”
Last March, Camberos left the discipline of America to sign for American Angel City, after suffering for several months digital harassment. On the advice of her relatives, the attacker moved to her native United States due to the lack of action by the authorities.
The soccer player had denounced on February 14 that her Twitter and Instagram accounts were hacked by José Andrés. Although América supported Camberos with legal advice, which managed to put the alleged harasser under house arrest, the measures were not enough for him to decide to return to the United States. The legal team made available to Camberos could not come up with more sanctions for the alleged harasser because Mexican law does not provide for more severe measures.
Las Águilas, champions of the women’s league, made the announcement a few hours after receiving Tigres UANL this Friday in the first leg of the series for the 2022-2023 Champion of Champions trophy; the return duel will be this Monday.