Brazilian authorities stated Sunday they had saved the abducted mother-in-law of British Formula 1’s boss Bernie Ecclestone unhurt after more than a month in captivity.
Aparecida Schunck Flosi Palmeira– the 67-year-old mother of Ecclestone’s Brazilian spouse Fabiana Flosi– was missing out on considering that she was abducted on June 22.
Authorities stated in a short declaration that she had been “liberated” and was unhurt, including that they had detained 2 suspects.
Local Globo TV showed the woman hugging waiting loved ones as she got to a Sao Paulo police station.
A demand for a 168-million-euro ($188 million) ransom, made to the household by means of e-mail, had actually not been paid, the O Estado de Sao Paulo daily reported.
Cops did not react to AFP demands for details.
Abductors impersonating shipment men abducted her from her house in the Jardin Santa Helena location of southern Sao Paulo, neighbors told AFP last week.
She is the mother of Ecclestone’s 38-year-old Brazilian wife Fabiana Flosi, who met the 85-year-old billionaire while working for the Interlagos Grand Prix in 2009.
The couple married in Switzerland and now reside in London.