A Brazilian influencer is demanding justice after she claimed she was drugged, raped, and beaten by a group of fellow influencers.
According to Geovana Pontes, the group invited her to a party, where they allegedly attacked her.

The 19-year-old shared photographs with her followers on January 29, showing injuries which she alleges were caused by the attack.

She then accused other social media influencers of raping her and beating her as well as a friend who had also been invited to the party.

She captioned the graphic photographs showing her bloodied face with the word ‘Justica!!!’ (‘Justice’).
Another photo showed her outside a police station.

She spoke to local media outlet Record TV about her online claims, saying that it took place at a party on a farm in Igarata, in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo.
She said she was drugged and forced to have sex with at least three young men.

Pontes also claims that she was invited to the party and went with a friend, who was also attacked by the group of men.
She claims the men locked a door, preventing her and her friend from leaving.

‘There was no food, there was no signal, there was nothing. There was no way I could even get out. No one entered and no one left the house,’ she told Record.

Pontes claimed ‘(one of the influencers) grabbed me by the neck and punched me in the mouth. It was at that moment that I fell with everything backwards, and two others were saying: “Yeah, it really hits. That’s it. That’s what you deserve”.
‘I had sex without my consent. I was vulnerable. I didn’t know what was happening.’

According to Brazilian newspaper O Globo, police are investigating a complaint from the teenager of rape, aggression and false imprisonment.
Sao Paulo Civil Police told the newspaper the case ‘is under investigation by the Igaratá Police Station’, it reported.

In a statement reported by O Globo, police said: ‘Police requests were issued, and due to a new report of sexual abuse, another examination was requested from the Legal Medical Institute (IML).

‘Those involved are being identified by the team to be qualified and summoned. Likewise, the victims will be heard to contribute to clarifying the facts.
‘The investigations continue under secrecy.’

On Tuesday, Pontes took to social media to address the pace of the investigation.
Speaking to her followers, she appealed for patience.
‘There are people who think I’m the one doing justice,’ she said. ‘I’m doing my part, but justice doesn’t happen overnight, unfortunately.
‘What do you want me to do? Hit the judge, the police, to solve my case? It’s not like that, everything is a process,’ she added.