Relationship coach Fabrício Castro Júnior received 16 installments of emergency aid, totaling BRL 5,950 between April 2020 and October 2021.
According to information from the federal government’s Transparency Portal, he won five installments worth BRL 600 between April and September 2020 and four installments of BRL 300 between October and December of the same year.
From April to October 2021, Fabrício Castro received installments worth R$ 250. However, the Portal shows that the April 2021 installment of R$ 250 was returned to the Union.
The coach signed the lease for a mansion in the Morumbi neighborhood, in the south of São Paulo, where a party was held for the self-titled group Millionaire Social Club (MSC), based in the United States.
At the party, the group made up of “dating coaches” got together for a supposed relationship course. The Civil Police is investigating the MSC on suspicion of sexual exploitation.
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Members of a self-titled group Millionaire Social Club (MSC), based in the United States, are being investigated by the Civil Police of São Paulo on suspicion of sexual exploitation. The “club”, made up of “dating coaches”, organized, at the end of last month, a party at a house in the Morumbi neighborhood, in the south zone of São Paulo, for an alleged course on relationships.
A 27-year-old woman went to the police to report the case. She said that a man invited her, through a dating app, to go to a party. “At the place, there were foreign men who took pictures and videos of her to promote a course on relationships,” the Public Security Secretariat said in a statement.
“The occurrence was recorded as favoring prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation and for acting as an agent, enticing, transporting, transferring, buying, hosting or hosting sexual exploitation. “, added the folder.
The case has generated repercussions on social networks, with criticism of the event and the course content, which could encourage sexual tourism practices. MSC has defended itself against the allegations and claims that all people at the party were “of legal age” and that the claims are made by “angry feminists”.
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