The media immediately received information that the girl had a five-centimeter cut in her vagina, which confused many. There were speculations that alcohol and drugs were involved, however, the latest information indicates that this did not happen. Brazilian media report that the autopsy will show what really happened, and De Oliveira is reportedly not under investigation.
A reconstruction of that day has also been published. Initially, Livija lied to her father Rubens Čagasa Matosa, a retired military police officer, telling him around 5:30 p.m. that she was going to watch the Corinthians and Sao Paulo game with friends, and then went to meet Dimas. While giving a statement to the police, the young man stated that they had not consumed alcohol or drugs, and that Livija passed out during their second sexual intercourse.
He called an ambulance and received instructions on how to perform chest compressions, and the doctors found the girl with a cardiac arrest in his apartment. They performed resuscitation and managed to revive her. Dimas accompanied her in the ambulance to the hospital.
Livija arrived there alive, as reported by the Brazilian media, and then suffered another heart attack, after which she passed away. The bleeding in the vagina was stopped at the hospital, but it’s still not clear what caused the injury. Livija’s father met the footballer, who explained to him what had happened, after which the two of them argued.
Because of this, the police were called, and the girl’s father claims that Dimas did not express concern or feelings about the whole situation. It is also reported that the footballer had already purchased a bus ticket to leave the city that same night and go to Minas Gerais.