Salgita: 19-year-old brutally beaten by ex-partner – victim in hospital

Another unthinkable case of a woman being beaten by her ex-partner comes to light this time from Salkita.

According to reports, the 19-year-old was frolicking at a nightclub in the city on Saturday night (6/7) when he returned home to find his 23-year-old ex-partner waiting for him. verbally attack her.

He then kicked and punched her, causing her to fall to the ground, while furiously punching her in the face.

He threatened to leak their intimate moments

But the criminal did not stop there. As eviathema reports, he grabbed the 19-year-old’s cell phone and her house keys and said he would send photos and videos of their private moments to family and friends.

A 19-year-old youth lodged a complaint at the Salkhita AD police station about the incident

The victim was taken to Salkita Hospital the next morning and later transferred to a hospital in Athens where he needed surgery.

At the Salgita Hospital, police officers of the AT of Salgita were found, to whom a 19-year-old youth had reported the incident.

Authorities are still searching for the suspect as they have not identified him.

There is no end to the beatings

Cases of domestic violence are on the rise

The “explosion” of domestic violence is reflected across the board in police statistics for the first 5 months of 2024.

A total of 3,814 calls to direct action were made by battered women, 292 women set up the panic button, 90 were taken to the coroner’s office and 55 were taken to shelters.

Within five months of this year from EL.AS. 2,157 cases of domestic violence have been registered and 1,357 people have been arrested. That means an average of 15 cases of domestic violence are reported every day.

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In the last week of June alone, the hotline received 912 calls and 400 arrests.

Specifically, from June 24 to 30, 2024, the following were recorded:

-912 calls for immediate action,

-561 incidents of domestic violence,

– 400 arrests

-165 women were given the panic button.

-5 women transferred to structures,

-27 victims require hospitalization or forensics.

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