After taking dating model threatened death Sabino Castelo Branco suffers stroke

The parliamentarian is hospitalized in serious condition and undergoing emergency surgery in hospital in Manaus.
14/08/2017 08h41 - Updated 14/08/2017 14h11
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Congressman Sabino Castelo Branco (PTB) eng ENTRADA no Hospital Gather, in Manaus Center, Sunday night (13) due to a stroke (AVC) and underwent a successful surgery in the early hours of Monday (14).

The information was confirmed parliamentary press office also said that only after the 48 hours period will be possible to evaluate the probability of sequelae. The deputy picture remains serious.

A medical report should be released by the end of the morning of Monday (14) with more information about the health status of Sabino Castelo Branco. The deputy transfer to hospitals outside of Manaus was not confirmed by advice.

Sources close to the hospital informed the report that the stroke is hemorrhagic, one of the most severe cases of the disease, caused by increased blood pressure. According to the parliamentarian posts on Instagram, We last months, he has devoted much of his time to weight training and strict diets adhered.

In the morning the parliamentary assumed dating with Mariana Castilho model in social networks. "After so many lies involving my name and a wonderful person who deserves to be treated this way, clarify the facts. We are not that kind of person who invented to tarnish our image. If you want to know, We are together, I found my soul mate ", said the deputy in a picture that appears next to the model.

Mariana who last week accused her ex-boyfriend, Artur Almeida Barrier, 28, to threaten her death in police report recorded last Wednesday. Artur denied the allegations and said that the young "old audios used to promote".

The model was contacted to clarify on the stroke of Sabino, but he declined to say anything to the entry.

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