It was very difficult at the moment when Telma Fardin He had to stand in front of the cameras to announce his frightening story of rape Juan Darts, whose criminal complaint was filed in the Nicaraguan court court under investigation, although the social condemnation of the actor is very strong, she had to leave the country more than a week ago to protect herself in Brazil.
The phrase that has been repeated in all media and social networks is "Peace Smoke", which stems from the same words that the defendant expressed at the time of the terrible act, when the little girl was only 16 years old, in 2009 Now, Telma is stronger than ever is trying to help other women who suffer from gender-based violence, harassment or sexual abuse in any area.
For this, I am promoting a line of clothing bearing his name, they are Telma, from the Carnal brand. The funds will go to the fund for vulnerable women, says the actress, many enthusiasts for this original initiative that is trying to generate a social and special change for those who need it most. Meanwhile, the Ex-Ugly Duchess does not cease to hold his story in the networks and will do so before justice, when quoted.
Regarding this project, the brand Sa Saez appeared, which spreads on its website and social networks to "exclusive pre-sale" of shirts with the phrase "Peace Like Wear", the emblem of feminism as an axis, at a price of 690 dollars. The techniques are made by the Carnal brand, designed by Emme Vzquez.
Made of women for women. The funds will go to the fund for vulnerable women with no material resources to express their voice, Farn explained from his official Instagram account showing the model, which includes an orthographic error. Of course, I have the support of other artists from the collection "Actris Argentine". Despite the good intentions of the young woman, the criticism did not go long enough to come.
Among the voices of rejection in social networks is that of Sabrina Cartbia, Fardine's lawyer, in the case of abuse with Darts, which is being processed in Nicaragua. "It's wrong, it's wrong." Onsaez is no shame "with the publication of the brand that promoted the shirt.