The photos of Marília Mendonça’s body for sale at the Legal Medicine Institute (IML) are false, according to her press office. The records went viral on Thursday (11), and it was revealed that the images were sold for 20 reais. Case MC Kevin: A model who was in a room with the singer made a further statement. “They provided fake photos. Fortunately, there is no record of it in the IML”, said representatives of Sertaneja in a note this Thursday afternoon.
Marília died at the age of 26 in a plane crash in Piedade de Caratinga, in the interior of Minas Gerais, on November 5. “I have photos of the body of the singer Marília Mendonça at the IML and at the morgue. Each photo costs 20 reais. Call me if you are interested”, read a message reproduced on the internet.
The civil police of Minas Gerais has not yet been able to obtain the images of the plane crash that killed the singer and four other people last Friday (5), in Calatinga, in the interior of the state. Experts searched security cameras installed near the site, but none contained images of the accident, according to district representative Ivan Lopes Sales.
Police open fire to prevent the theft of goods from Marília Mendonça and other victims of the accident Next to the waterfall where the plane crashed, there is an apartment building where residents are equipped with cameras, but not facing directly towards the crash site.
These images will help the police to understand the dynamics of the facts. So far, it is known from eyewitnesses and preliminary investigations that the plane may have collided with a power cable and lost one of its engines, losing control after the impact.
However, it is unclear why the twin-engine plane flew at a lower altitude than necessary to clear the obstacle. In April 2023, photos of the autopsy of Marília Mendonça’s body would have leaked on social media. The country singer’s team was quick to speak out, saying they were “horrified” by the content.
Marília’s lawyer, Robson Cunha, said he is already evaluating what the team should do about publishing the photos.
Additionally, this artist’s query requested that no images be shared. “Here, we not only ask, but implore you not to share this material,” the announcement said in a statement. The information comes from Metropolis.