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He harassed his doctor with 500 calls and 1,300 messages in a single day.

He harassed his doctor with 500 calls and 1,300 messages in a single day.

The young woman continued to call the specialist’s wife and son, followed him through the streets and entered his office several times in surprise.



Courtesy | The doctor has complained to the woman 42 times but they deny that they are having an affair

Kawara Welch, a 23-year-old plastic artist who harassed his doctor with constant messages and calls, was arrested this month by police in the municipality of Uberlandia in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Harassment from March 2023.

The story began in 2018 when the doctor – whose identity has not been revealed – treated him for depression.

A year later, Kawara started following the doctor, who stopped treating her. However, as the nuisance increased, blunt action proved ineffective.

“He sent me 1,300 messages in one day. And more than 500 calls in a single day. I changed my cell phone number three or four times, but I stopped changing it because I saw that it was completely useless. It was incredibly easy for me to find my new number,” the doctor explained to O Globo’s Fantático program.

The young woman continued to call the doctor’s wife and son, followed him through the streets and entered his office several times in surprise.

Once the police arrested her and she was released on bail.

“Horror Moments”

“There were moments of horror when I panicked because something unexpected appeared or did,” the doctor explained.

Kawara’s defense claims they were in a relationship. “She can’t walk away from him because he’s always following her around, telling her he loves her and putting his family in the way,” the lawyer said.

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However, the doctor, who reprimanded her 42 times, denies the claim. Police believe there is no connection. “We believe it is not. And, even if it were, it would in no way justify this kind of action, this kind of behavior,” said Rafael Faria, the commissioner investigating the case.

During their investigation, the agents found false montages on social networks that Kawara had made with the doctor. Police are also trying to clarify how he sent messages from 2,000 different cell phone numbers.

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