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“Estou sendo preso injustamente”, diz Roy Rossello na saída de “A Fazenda”

"Estou sendo preso injustamente", diz Roy Rossello na saída de "A Fazenda"

Reprodução

Retirado na manhã desta quinta-feira (25) da sede do reality-show “A Fazenda”, Roy Rossello foi levado diretamente para uma delegacia de Itu (SP) para prestar depoimento. Sua prisão foi decretada na última terça (23) por não pagamento de pensão alimentícia.

A polícia civil informa que depois o ex-Menudo será levado para a Cadeia Pública de Pilar do Sul, em Sorocaba (SP).

Em entrevista à Record logo após deixar o programa, Roy desabafou: “Estou muito triste. Para mim é uma tristeza. Porque é uma situação que aconteceu no passado. Eu dei tudo para ela cuidar do filho. Foi o combinado no processo. Dei a ela um terreno e tudo o que tinha para ela cuidar do meu filho. E ela simplesmente vendeu sem me informar. Estou sendo preso injustamente. Pra mim é um choque muito grande. Simplesmente não estou acreditando”, afirmou.

O cantor estava na Roça do reality-show e poderia ser eliminado na noite de hoje. Com sua saída por causa de problemas judiciais, a votação de “A Fazenda” foi suspensa. Ele disputava permanência na casa com Heloísa Faissol.

A Record enviou um comunicado à imprensa informando a detenção do porto-riquenho: “Por determinação judicial, o peão Roy deixou a sede da Fazenda nesta quinta-feira. Por essa razão, a votação para a Roça está suspensa”.

A saída de Roy não foi exibida na transmissão online do programa.

Advogados do cantor e da emissora trabalham para tentar reverter a situação a fim de que ele volte ao confinamento até amanhã (26). Mas isso só poderá acontecer se conseguir um alvará de soltura judicial.

Roy Rossello vive no Brasil há cerca de 13 anos. Em 2011, já respondia na Justiça por um processo de pensão aberto pela mãe de uma das cinco filhas que ele teve no país. No mesmo ano, enquanto morava na Bahia, ele precisou prestar esclarecimentos à polícia após acusação de ter agredido sua então companheira.

Atualmente, o ex-Menudo mora no Paraná e está casado com Patrícia Rosselló, a quem ele faz muitas declarações no confinamento.

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Ministério Público repreende “Tá na Tela” ao vivo por exibir cena de sexo

Programa de Luiz Bacci abordou a polêmica envolvendo a atriz Viviane Araújo

Ministério Público repreende

Divulgação

Abordando a polêmica sobre o suposto vídeo da atriz Viviane Araújo fazendo sexo em uma rua no Rio de Janeiro, Luiz Bacci foi surpreendido ao vivo no “Tá na Tela“.

Ao fazer uma matéria sobre o caso, Bacci exibiu o vídeo onde um casal fazia sexo, com um desfoque que não cobria muita coisa, por volta das 16h15. O fato repercutiu nas redes sociais, já que as imagens contém cenas de sexo explícito.

Cerca de 30 minutos depois, quando a atração falava de um caso de vazamento de fotos nuas na internet, o apresentador revelou ao vivo que o Ministério Público de São Paulo o ligou para falar sobre a cena, pedindo para o vídeo não ser mais exibido: “O Ministério Público ligou pra gente aqui agora, e infelizmente, não vamos mais ligar pra Viviane, nem falar do assunto, em respeito ao pedido feito pelo Ministério”.

Ou seja, Bacci afirmou que o programa foi repreendido ao vivo pelo seu conteúdo, que vem sendo criticado desde a estreia.

Agora, o “Tá na Tela” pode ser processado por exibir conteúdo impróprio no horário da tarde. Uma repreensão do MP praticamente ao vivo é inédito na história da televisão brasileira.

Nos números de audiência, o “Tá na Tela” tem marcado médias entre 3 e 4 pontos na Grande São Paulo, chegando à vice-liderança no Ibope.

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Airline review: Qantas domestic economy class

THE ROUTE

Sydney to Broome, direct.

THE PLANE

Boeing 737-800.

THE LOYALTY SCHEME

Qantas Frequent Flyer, part of the oneworld alliance.

CLASS

Economy, seat 12F.

DURATION

Five hours, five minutes.

FREQUENCY

During the dry season (April-October), there are three direct flights a week from Melbourne return and two a week return from Sydney. Qantas also has daily flights to Perth with connections to Broome.

THE SEAT

A very comfortable 30-inch (76 centimetre) pitch and 17-inch (43cm) width. In economy, it’s a 3-3 layout with 156 seats and there are 12 seats in business with a 2-2 layout.

BAGGAGE

Economy passengers are allowed to check one bag free, plus have a carry-on bag of the standard size for Australian domestic flights.

COMFORT

Excellent. I’m tall but my knees don’t graze the seat in front; there’s sufficient elbow room and I don’t feel cramped. There’s the added comfort of an adjustable headrest, so my neck is well supported, too. Leggy models, off to shoot fashion in the desert (as you do), lounge in the row ahead of me without reclining their seats.

ENTERTAINMENT

There’s a good size seat-back inflight entertainment touch screen. Hundreds of entertainment options, including new release movies, TV shows, CDs, games and Q radio channels are available. I’m travelling with a nine-year-old, who is delighted with the selection of G-rated children’s zone options. I watch two of this year’s Oscar-nominated films and a spot of TV.

SERVICE

Cheerful cabin crew help passengers stow items in the overhead lockers, then distribute headphones in a fast, efficient way before the safety demonstration.

FOOD

I was expecting sandwiches, but it’s a hot meal menu on this service, with a choice of a chicken or beef main dish, plus a roll, salad and dressing, water, juice and a small serving of chocolate. Then ice-cream is served. The nine-year-old requests a second serving of ice-cream and it arrives with a smile in no time. I’m happy and she’s happy, too.

ONE MORE THING …

This flight’s Qantas pilots are informal tour directors, bless them. As we fly across Australia’s diverse interior, the captain gently announces key desert landmarks to the aircraft’s left and right. On approach to Broome Airport, the aircraft swoops over Roebuck Bay and then the captain has the plane undertake a long, lovely circular turn above the impossibly turquoise-coloured Indian Ocean. He points out landmarks as we turn: Cable Beach’s famous white sands stretching to the north, the red-rust rock of Gantheaume Point immediately below us. It’s a fabulous way to see a slice of the west coast and Broome. Qantas recently opened a new lounge at Broome Airport to help meet the growing demand for premium air travel in the region. The lounge includes complimentary refreshments, magazines and newspapers, high-speed Wi-Fi and Foxtel; plus a bird’s eye view of the tarmac.

THE VERDICT

A fast, comfortable flight from the east coast straight to the Kimberley’s Broome doorstop.

Tested by Lynne Whiley, who flew courtesy of Qantas.

 

Source : Traveller

Tony Abbott tells UN Australia would lead by example, but fails to mention climate change

September 26, 2014 – 9:09AM

Mark Kenny

Chief political correspondent

NEW YORK: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has lauded Australia’s “lead-by-example” approach, listing four challenges facing the world, but conspicuously leaving out climate change – the subject of a special leaders’ summit earlier this week that he had studiously avoided.

In a workman-like speech to the UN General Assembly in New York  on Thursday, Mr Abbott spoke of what he called “darkening times” facing the world, listing in particular the “murderous rage” of Islamic State (also known as ISIL) in Syria and Iraq; Russian “aggression” in Ukraine; the Ebola crisis in West Africa, and a stubbornly flatlining global economy.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen

Climate change by contrast, was mentioned only in the context of being easier to fix once higher economic growth is achieved.

He said Australians had “never believed we can save the world single-handedly, [but] nor have we shrunk from shouldering our responsibilities”.

However, when it came to his naming government priorities to support his arguments, he nominated scrapping the carbon price as his number one example.

This was despite an apparently emerging global consensus in favour of tough new co-ordinated action to cut emissions, and despite the fact that US President Barack Obama had opened the climate summit by warning that climate change, ahead of terrorism, was the “urgent and growing” existential threat to the world in the longer term.

“For all the immediate challenges that we gather to address this week – terrorism, instability, inequality, disease – there’s one issue that will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other, and that is the urgent and growing threat of a changing climate,” Mr Obama told the world.

“Nobody gets a pass … nobody can stand on the sidelines on these issues.  We have to set aside the old divides.  We have to raise our collective ambition, each of us doing what we can to confront this global challenge.”

In his General Assembly address, Mr Abbott offered a different perspective.

“Rather than preaching, we’re trying to lead by example,” Mr Abbott told the spectacular but mostly empty UN General Assembly chamber.

“Australia has abolished the carbon tax, abolished the mining tax, provided environmental approvals for $800 billion worth of new projects and begun the task of eliminating our budget deficit within four years.”

The mostly pedestrian speech covered off the main areas of concern to Australia including pre-G20 agenda-setting to emphasise the need for countries to build their economies up through structural efficiencies, freer trade, and targeted investment in economic infrastructure.

“Our G20 goal is to boost output by an extra 2 per cent over the next five years to create millions of jobs and to generate trillions in wealth right around the world,” he said.

“Likewise the post-2015 Development Agenda should focus on economic growth because growth makes every other social goal, even tackling climate change, easier to accomplish.

“To people who don’t know where their next meal is coming from, talk of economic growth can seem ignorant or indulgent, but economic growth is really just economists’ shorthand for more jobs, higher pay, new industries, and the better life that only greater wealth can provide.”

However, on the subject of Russian support for Ukrainian separatists whom Mr Abbott said had shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, Messrs Obama and Abbott were firmly on the same page, with both calling on Russia to respect the post World War II international order and its system of legal norms.

Source : The Sydney Morning Herald