In a decision published this Monday (27) by the Court of Justice of Goiás, judge Thiago Brandão Boghi stated that, in his time, “a man having a relationship with ‘whores’ was considered a fact of good reputation, of which the subject who practiced, he insisted on bragging and telling all his friends” and regretted that times had changed.
In the same sentence, the magistrate stated that former federal deputy Jean Wyllys (PT) is a darling of Rede Globo and that the left-wing legend PSOL is “the darling of the STF”.
In the action, a man filed a criminal complaint against a woman who accused him of using drugs and “being with whores”. In his decision, Boghi stated that, in his youth, a man who had sex with prostitutes told his friends and “was praised for it, becoming ‘the guy in the crowd'”. “Unfortunate how times have changed! Now it became an offense! Dark times!” wrote the judge.
The plaintiff accused the defendant of libel, libel and defamation, stating that she had said “open this gate, I know that the X [inicial trocada] is there, and you guys are pissed off, snorting dust and using drugs” in front of his house. The plaintiff also attached a transcript of audio messages that the defendant allegedly sent to his girlfriend, accusing him of “being with whores” and “snorting dust”.
The magistrate ruled in favor of the defendant, saying that the facts narrated did not constitute a crime.
“These sayings took place in a context in which the squatter, the girlfriend of a cousin of the plaintiff who was with him at the scene, allegedly using drugs and relating to ‘whores’, busted her boyfriend and told her friend , the plaintiff’s girlfriend,” said the judge.
Boghi also insinuates that if the case involved a woman suspected of cheating on her boyfriend, it could have ended in domestic violence. “I’m sure that if the situation were the other way around, that is, the defendant’s girlfriend supposedly having a relationship with another, he would like a friend to advise him of the situation to ‘make your arrangements’, which would certainly end not with a complaint for ‘crimes against honor’, but with a criminal action under the Maria da Penha law.”
By stating that the charge of being with prostitutes cannot be considered an injury, the magistrate says that there is a bill to regulate the profession of prostitute “presented by former federal deputy Jean Wylis —the darling of Globo— by the almighty PSOL, the darling of the STF”.
The defendant, Rogério Lourenço, the defendant’s lawyer, said: “I consider the sentence to be correct in the sense of rejecting the complaint along the lines of the defense presented in the records.”
Luiz Alberto Castro, attorney for the plaintiff, had not commented until the publication of this report. The action runs in secrecy of Justice.