Shocking moment the Brazilian attorney general was attacked by the attorney general

Shocking moment the lawyer attacks the attorney general, leaving her stained with blood and bruises, after she filed a complaint against him.

  • São Paulo’s registry prosecutor, Gabriela Monteiro, was beaten up by prosecutor Demetrius Oliveira in the city council office on Monday
  • Authorities detained Oliveira in a clinic on Thursday morning
  • Oliveira was caught on video attacking Montero over an incident report filed against him claiming he disrespected a co-worker

This is the strange moment when a public prosecutor assaulted a female prosecutor in the city council office in the southeastern Brazilian state of São Paulo.

The shocking footage shows Demetrius Oliveira, 34, hitting Gabriella Monteiro, 39, with three punches while she was lying on the ground.

A woman who also worked with them in the office pulled Oliveira away as he continued to scream at Montero.

Then another woman stepped in and pulled Montero away, helping her stand up before Oliveira walked in and slapped the prosecutor.

Oliveira was arrested Thursday by the civil police in Sao Paulo at a clinic, where he was admitted.

Demetrius Oliveira, the attorney general of the São Paulo Registry of Brazil, confronts the agency’s attorney general Gabriela Monteiro before slapping her during a confrontation in their office on Monday. He was arrested in a clinic on Thursday, where he was admitted for unknown reasons

The São Paulo Registry Prosecutor, Gabriela Monteiro, told Tribuna TV that she expected an argument but not a physical confrontation with Demetrius Oliveira after she informed him of his alleged misconduct towards an office worker.

The São Paulo Registry Prosecutor, Gabriela Monteiro, told Tribuna TV that she expected an argument but not a physical confrontation with Demetrius Oliveira after she informed him of his alleged misconduct towards an office worker.

Demetrius Oliveira was detained Thursday in a clinic in Sao Paulo

Demetrius Oliveira was detained Thursday in a clinic in Sao Paulo

Footage released by the Sao Paulo authorities showed a customer holding Oliveira’s left arm as he was escorted through a corridor.

Brazilian news outlet G1 reported that the incident erupted after Monteiro requested an investigation into Oliveira’s alleged disrespectful behavior towards an employee who felt threatened by the lawyer.

Oliveira told the District One Center in the Civil Police Department that he was bullied by his co-workers. The station chief elected not to keep him in custody.

Monteiro told Tribuna TV that Oliveira was likely outraged after a commission was set up to look into the allegations.

‘I was scared, yes.’ “I was afraid this might happen,’ said Montero. “But I didn’t imagine it would be physical violence, I thought it (it would just be) an argument.”

Demetrius Oliveira leaned on Prosecutor Gabriela Monteiro before punching her during Monday's bizarre incident in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the registration department where they were both assigned to work.

Demetrius Oliveira leaned on Prosecutor Gabriela Monteiro before punching her during Monday’s bizarre incident in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the registration department where they were both assigned to work.

Civil police released a video on Thursday that showed Demetrius Oliveira escorted by a policeman after he was arrested at a local clinic in Sao Paulo.

Civil police released a video on Thursday that showed Demetrius Oliveira escorted by a policeman after he was arrested at a local clinic in Sao Paulo.

The Public Prosecutor of the Registration Department of Sao Paulo, Gabriela Monteiro, was badly beaten by the Public Prosecutor in her office on Monday.

The Public Prosecutor of the Registration Department of Sao Paulo, Gabriela Monteiro, was badly beaten by the Public Prosecutor in her office on Monday.

A police report obtained by news outlet G1 indicated that Oliveira hit Montero in the head and punched her several times.

He pushed a woman in the door after she tried to pull him away and then slapped Montero in the face before eventually being handcuffed by two employees.

Civil Police Chief Daniel Vass has submitted a request to hold Oliveira remanded in custody while the investigation is underway because he is still considered a threat.

“He (Olivera) had serious relationship problems with women in the work environment, and when he is released, he puts their lives at risk, and thus public order,” Vass said, citing the G1 website.

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