The technical director of Cruz Azul, Cecilia Cabrera, asked female soccer players not to “provoke” harassment after Scarlett Camberos announced her departure from Club América after being a victim of digital violence.
During a press conference, the coach of the cement companies assured that the players are responsible for their social networks and that on the subject of harassment “We must all be willing to do our bit so that it stops happening.”
It is to make us aware of where we stand, that girls, because they are public figures, must be very careful in their social networks and that we are not the ones that cause these things to happen.
The helmsman commented that bullying is a problem that is addressed from childhood by being educated with certain attitudes and people realize the problem when “it is already very advanced”.
Cabrera said that the Cruz Azul coaching staff as well as its players are “very supported and calm” Faced with this problem that was reported to the Liga Mx in recent weeks.
Scarlett Camberos leaves Mexico after months of harassment and digital violence
Midfielder Scarlett Camberos left Club América, to sign for Angel City FC of the American leagueafter a series of attacks of digital violence that did not stop despite the formal complaint to the authorities and having fully identified the alleged perpetrator.
In a statement, the azulcrema club stated that the national team does not have the conditions to have a life free of violence in our country and it was reported that his alleged attacker identified as José Andrés “N” only received a precautionary measure of house arrest for 36 hours.
“Scarlett and her relatives have expressed that the regulatory framework in Mexico and the actions of the authorities do not give the player and her family sufficient guarantees for their emotional stability, development as a person and for a life free of violence, for which they have decided that our player does not return to our country after the justified rest that the club has granted her”.