Saturday, 11 July 2020

Model Pamela Cusi was held up at gunpoint and had her car stolen

Costa Rica model and former participant in the Guerreros de Repretel, Pamela Cusi, got a tremendous fright on Wednesday night, was held up at gunpoint.

Pamela Cusi has appeared on numerous occasions on the pages of La Teja

The fitness girl posted on her Facebook page that three armed men arrived at her gym, located in San Juan de Santa Bárbara de Heredia, and they took cell phones, a computer and her car, a black Nissan Tiida 2012.

Cusi, who is of Italian heritage, wrote that her daughter Isabella was with her at the time of the robbery and that she had to close her gym on Thursday to be able to attend to the police proceedings.

- paying the bills -

“I worry about the evil in this world and the desire to have things easy at the expense of others. It is unfair, as well as other things that happen in this already rotten world. Thank God nothing happened to anyone, Isabella was with me too and was a champion, but I hate having her to see those things,” she said.

- paying the bills -
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