Daiana Menezes denies being a battered wife

Hindi niya pa rin inamin na sinasaktan siya ng kanyang asawa siguro natatakot siya o ayaw niya lang mabulgar ang kagagawan ng asawa niya dahil nagpaka martyr siya dahil sobrang mahal niya ito.
No, she said she was not raped,she was not injure, and she is not a battered wife.
That’s what Brazilian model and actress Daiana Menezes attractive much made clear in a taped interview aired on “The Buzz” Sunday.
Appearing together with her married man, outgoing Cagayan De Oro Rep. Benjo Benaldo, Daiana said she was only trying to get her husband’s vigilance who she said had been very busy as of late.
“We don’t actually owe an interpretation to any person, but it has gotten to a issue that even the government officials are inquiring us what’s happening. I’m cognizant about the DSWD. I’ve never come to out to them asking for help. Gabriela, I responded right away, No thanks,we will explain it ourselves,” she notified “The Buzz” owner young man Abunda.

“I desire to make it clear because some persons are conceiving we are seeking vigilance from the public.And we’re like, no, no, no, we’re just a normal couple.”

So what was all those mails about alluding to rape and household violence all about?

“We actually had a big and huge fight,” Daiana notified Abunda. That’s when Congressman Benaldo clarified what happened.

“We were conversing about a big problem, certain thing that occurred in the dwelling with our people there. I was then engaged campaigning and I would always notify her that I need my doze because I’m campaigning and I have to aawakenn up early,” he said.

“Then she would converse to me about things occurrence in the house. She considered I wouldn’t accept as true her that’s why she posted those things.”

“He said, ‘Don’t converse to me’. That’s how he would converse to me (during the campaign). It took a mail para maniwala ang asawa ko at ang pamilya niya na totoo ang sinasabi ko,” Daiana supplemented.

Neither the solon nor the player particular what precisely was occurrence in their house.

As for the photograph of the scarred arm that she posted and later deleted on Instagram, Daiana admitted that it was really her arm but it got marked after her husband was evidently trying to stop her from something they also did not specify.

“Sometimes I have to contain her,” he admitted. “I was endeavouring to halt her but it’s not violence or physical.”

Daiana endeavoured to interpret it farther but what she said rang out both cryptic and even more intriguing.

“If you’re against aggression in a marital relationship, you get injure by your husband, even if it’s very negligible. But I didn’t understand that persons would actually notice it.” In her less than polished English, the Brazilian then went on to apologize to everyone who was affected by all her mails including Benaldo, .

“I lament to have brought him to any situation that may suspected him,” she said.

“My apologies (to every person) but it’s actually my emotion.”

For his part, Benaldo said he wasn’t actually influenced by Daiana’s mails. “I know the truth,” he announced.

She notified Abunda that one of the significant courses she wise in this episode is to be very cautious with what she states and mails online.

“It’s up to the interpretation of who is glimpsing, particularly persons who don’t know you very well.”

although, a few hours before the taped interview aired, Daiana once afresh posted some bizarre notes on Instagram.

The first was a note that says,“I considered you were different. But hey, it’s not the first time I’m wrong”, which prompted one Instagram client (eleuson) to commentary, “puro ka papansin”.

The second Instagram post was another intriguing note that said, “It’s bad manners to say, ‘I love you’ with a mouth full of lies”.

This was pursued by a note that said, “The entire manual of Things That Might Kill You” which was accompanied by a tweet that said, “Ourselves. That’s what I’m feeling. Mali na naman?”

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