A brutal beating that almost ended the life of
Aurora Mancebo changed her life forever and went from a happy girl in EGB to being confined at home for seven years, as the Investigation Team reflected in a 2022 program that laSexta re-broadcast this Friday.
He went from writing that “he is very lucky to have the friends” he has to expressing pain towards the people he began to meet. “I lost my innocence, my dignity, my self-esteem with him. In reality, the one who hurt me and made me suffer was him. When I was able to remove the rope from my neck, another one came to me. The aggression I received almost killed me.
I fell ill. All because of those people“Aurora writes.
The Investigation Team moved to the neighborhood where Aurora lived and has spoken with those closest to her, such as her friend Silvia Rodríguez. She says that they were very good friends at EGB and “very dedicated”: “We had a lot of good times. Aurora
She was very happy and very close to her friends.. She was extremely sensitive.”
“When we finished EGB, I went to Baccalaureate and she went to FP,” says Silvia, and says that Aurora “met other people,” they stopped talking because she “distancing herself and was a different person.” “I think she met the wrong people,” she adds, and then she remembers the “episode
in which her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend beats her up. “From then on, she confined herself at home, she did not want to go out, and she put herself in the hands of specialists,” he adds.
Aurora’s parents explain that their daughter spent seven years without leaving home because of the assault “
cut his life short”. “Not only because of the savage physical aggression, but also the continuous calls he received, the threats, the fear and an insurmountable panic“says his father.