The judge interrogates the Vox deputy who resigned for a sexual offense without clarifying the reason
The head of the trial court number 38 of Madrid has taken a statement as the alleged perpetrator of a crime against sexual freedom from Carlos Hugo Fernández-Roca, the Vox deputy who resigned his seat after being denounced on November 11 for some facts that did not reveal. As revealed this Wednesday infoFree, the complaint came from a woman whom sources related to the case define as related to Vox while assuring that she had seen Fernández-Roca several times and that she accuses the deputy of having maintained relations with her on Saturday night 7 November without her consent and taking advantage of the fact that she herself had drunk excessively.
Congress replaces the Vox deputy who resigned by surprise after being denounced
Fernández-Roca, who was a Vox spokesperson in the National Security Commission and deputy in the Foreign and European Union Commissions, announced his resignation on social media on November 14. He stated that he was resigning from the seat after having learned of the existence of a complaint against him for an "episode" that he did not specify. The leadership of the Vox parliamentary group in Congress congratulated him for his reaction, also without commenting on the reason for the complaint. "Exemplary reaction," wrote the spokesman, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, wishing him "a lot of encouragement."