Capitu (Giovanna Antonelli) will be coerced to follow Orlando’s rules (Henri Pagnoncelli) in the next chapters of Family Ties. After asking the rich man for help to get rid of the blackmail of his son’s father and accepting to become his wife, she will have to obey him blindly. Jealous, he will make the ex-call girl a kind of hostage in Vale a Pena Ver de Novo.
Capitu will leave her parents’ house and move into the apartment the veteran bought for her to live with her son. After going for a walk accompanied by the millionaire’s driver, the girl will “lose” the employee to talk to Fred (Luigi Baricelli).
Upon arriving home, Capitu will be asked about his departure and about not having told the driver of his whereabouts. Unconvinced by her answers, Orlando will continue to question her and show a sense of ownership.
Upon complaining about being watched, the girl will hear from Orlando that he will protect her and prevent anyone from approaching her. “I promised that no scoundrel would come near you,” adds the moneyed person.
Bruninho’s mother (Nathan and Andrey Beltrão) will call him crazy and, in an attempt to get away, will go to the bedroom. Not satisfied, the millionaire will go after her and affirm that, if he learns of betrayals on the part of the ex-prostitute, he will be upset. She will deny any involvement with another man, but Orlando will enforce the rules that must be followed by Capitu.
“I think it’s good to remember some rules. Rule number one: don’t cheat. Rule number two: if you find any ex-client from your programs, pretend you don’t know. Rule number three: don’t forget that I’m watching you, my love” , will trigger the bad character.
In an ironic tone, the ex-prostitute will thank you for your concern. “With me you can feel safe. This is one more of the advantages that Orlandão offers you. It is quite a protection, because no one messes with me”, will answer the businessman.
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