After weeks of mudslinging and turbulent days of negotiations, the verdict in the Gina-Lisa Lohfink case fell on the fourth day of the trial. The 29-year-old was fined on August 22, 2016 for false suspicion. In an interview with RTL, she tells how she experienced the moment of the verdict and how things should continue now.
'Somehow I had the feeling before that I was being judged,' says Gina-Lisa, who continues to feel unfairly treated. 'Would have at least been testimony against testimony, but I was convicted of looking the way I do.'
Gina-Lisa had accused two men, footballer PF (28) and former celebrity manager Sebastian Castillo Pinto (33), of raping her in the summer of 2012. The district court in Berlin-Tiergarten saw no evidence for this allegation and sentenced the blonde to 80 daily rates of 250 euros each - i.e. a fine totaling 20,000 euros.
However, the 29-year-old does not want to pay this penalty, as she confirms to RTL. 'I know that the consequence is prison, but I don't care at the moment. Even if the two are happy about it, I don't mind.'
Prosecutor Corinna Gögge told the 'Bild' newspaper that Gina-Lisa Lohfink 'engineered' the rape to protect her reputation after cell phone footage of the sexual intercourse with the two men was published online. She admits that the two men 'behaved shabbily' in this regard, but she also agrees: 'Ms. Lohfink was not the victim of a sex crime. She lied and deliberately misled investigators!'
The model herself had the last word before the verdict was announced: 'I'm definitely not here to be famous. I already was. If I want press, then good ones! What the two men did to me , I will always carry with me. I have had these wounds all my life,' she said.
During the verdict, Gina-Lisa fled the courtroom and declared: 'I don't have to do that to myself!' Together with her lawyer, she now wants to check whether she will appeal. The Gina-Lisa Lohfink case is apparently far from over.source: vip.de