Ivan (Carol Duarte) will suffer a transphobic attack in A Força do Querer. The boy, who is pregnant, will be beaten by three men on the street and will eventually pass out. Notified of what happened, the parents of Nonato’s friend (Silvero Pereira) will go to the hospital and discover that their son has lost the baby.
In Globo’s nine o’clock soap opera, Ivan will be on his way to Elis Miranda’s show, when he will be approached by three men who will start assaulting him for no reason. The young man will be rescued by pedestrians who will see the attack.
Very hurt, Simone’s cousin (Juliana Paiva) will end up unconscious. A woman will take Ivan’s cell phone to call an ambulance and take the opportunity to call his parents.
“This cell phone has a boy who was beaten on the street. I want to warn someone in the family,” the woman informs. “Beaten?”, Will ask Joyce (Maria Fernanda Cândido) on the other end of the line.
Eugênio (Dan Stulbach) will listen to the conversation and take the device from Madame’s hand. “Where? I am the father, where was that? We are going there,” says the lawyer.
The couple will arrive at the site of the transphobic attack and discover that their son has been taken to a hospital. When they get to the emergency room, they will be told that Ivan is doing well, but that he has lost the baby.
Globo has already recorded the 23 final chapters of Amor de Mãe, and Manuela Dias’ booklet will be back on the air next Monday (1st), with a recap of what happened in history and dividing prime time with the final stretch of the “special edition “from The Force of Querer.
The unpublished chapters of Amor de Mãe will be shown from March 15th. In addition to the spoilers, check out the summaries of the soap opera of the nine that are published daily by TV News.
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