• Spain Arrested a man as the alleged perpetrator of two sexual assaults at the party after the Feroz Awards gala in Zaragoza

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The actress and singer




) was one of the victims of the alleged sexual assaults that occurred at the party after the Feroz Awards gala, as confirmed by

María Guerra

, president of the organizing entity



Association of Cinematographic Informants of Spain


According to the IAICE, the event's security team intervened as soon as they learned of the incident, assisting the victims, a man and the actress


, who suffered touching and continuous harassment by the alleged perpetrators, one of whom was detained,

"members from the team of one of the films nominated for the Feroz Awards"

and that they will be "banned for life" from events organized by the association.

Guerra, who did not attend the subsequent event

, has expressed the organization's "tremendous disgust and sadness"

that the celebration of these awards "has ended like this."

At the moment, a 55-year-old man who

answers to the initials JPS

, a member of one of the nominated films, has been arrested and the identity of a second who has not been arrested is known.

As reported

by El Heraldo de Aragón

, apparently,

both attackers knew each other

, although it is not clear if both denounced attacks - the one suffered by Jedet and another by a man - are related to each other or occurred in parallel.

Once the event was known, which

the actress reported to security members immediately

, there was a "small altercation" for which the presence of the police was requested, which has taken charge of these complaints and the investigation to clarify whether It is about sexual abuse or assault, sources from the National Police have reported.

The alleged events occurred between 04:00 and 06:00 this Sunday.

An hour later, the Police had already proceeded to arrest the 55-year-old man, who

was transferred to the National Police station in the Actur neighborhood of Zaragoza


The victims formalized the complaint to the National Police this Sunday and the Family and Women's Unit has taken over the investigation.

The Feroz Awards gala, organized by the

Association of Cinematographic Informants of Spain

and sponsored

by the Zaragoza City Council

, was held in the Auditorium's Multipurpose Room, with the presence, in addition to the public and guests, of dozens of people related to the seventh art.

The after-party was held this Sunday morning

in the so-called Ebro Space

, located in the Water Park, built for Expo 2008.

The mayor of the city, Jorge Azcón, who was a guest at the Feroz gala, as well as the Minister of Culture, Miquel Iceta, and the second vice president of the Government, Yolanda Díaz, and the vice president of the Government, have published in Twitter the following: "

Zaragoza is a city committed against sexual assaults

. I regret the information that has been released in the last few hours. My absolute rejection of such events and my solidarity with the victims. I hope that the investigations will clarify what happened soon."

Likewise, the president of Aragon,

Javier Lambán

, has written on social networks: "I express my indignation at the sexual assaults denounced at the Feroz Awards. For the fact itself and for the negative image that is projected of Zaragoza in Spain. My full support for the victims. We must punish the aggressors and demand explanations from the organization".

The IAEC, for its part, has announced in the statement that once what happened is clarified, the alleged perpetrators of this act will be banned from the

Feroz Awards

and from all activities organized by the association, while offering its full support to the victims.

The organization ensures that they

always work so that the Feroz and all their events are a safe place

, so they are collaborating with the police to clarify what happened.

According to the criteria of The Trust Project

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