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Convicted of domestic violence: Joao Baptista returns to work on television after a year – Vervier

Convicted of domestic violence: Joao Baptista returns to work on television after a year – Vervier

The actor will be part of RTP's new series, “Faváritx”, which will be broadcast on HBO Portugal.

05/08/2024 • 13:00

In June last year, Joao Baptista was given a 20-month suspended prison sentence for domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend Deena Kelly. After this sentence, the 39-year-old actor was removed from the fictional projects in which he participated.

This was the case in the TV series “Festa é Festa” in which he was going to appear on TVI, but after all this controversy it ended up being removed. At the time, the actor was unemployed in the national imagination, but left a notice on social media. “They won't take my smile”Joao Baptista wrote, showing himself relaxing by a pool.

The fact is that the actor has a reason to smile. This is because Joao Baptista is now returning to the small screen. The actor will be part of the RTP series, “Faváritx”, which will be broadcast on HBO Portugal, which will be simply called MAX from May 21.

A new series about drug smuggling and tells the story of a serial killer who is investigated by the Portuguese and Spanish police, but in the meantime the Portuguese inspector will discover a huge corruption scheme led by the drug-using mafia. The Spanish island of Minorca to hide his drugs. The series also takes place in Valencia and around Porto.

In addition to Joao Baptista, Pepe Rapazote, Carolina Carvalho, Benedetta Pereira and Adriano Luz will play a northern drug dealer, Joao Baptista will be one of the gang's collaborators, and Carolina Carvalho will be an inspector of the gang. In the judicial police, Adriano Luz will play the role of the director of Interpol, and finally, Benedetta Pereira will play the role of a woman married to a Spanish corporal who also works in horse breeding.

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