A Brazilian student is “dying of shame” after posting photos of her night of passion with Usain Bolt to WhatsApp. Jady Duarte, 20, posted the photos in the early hours of August 21 after the Rio Olympic games had ended. The pair apparently met at a night club in a Rio suburb as Bolt was celebrating both his successes on the track and his 30th birthday. The intimate photos come just a few weeks after Bolt’s sister said that the Jamaican sprinter and his girlfriend, Kasi Bennett, 26, were about to become engaged.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. Duarte Has 2 Children With ‘One of the Most Violent Drug Traffickers in Rio,’ Dinah Terror
According to posts on her Facebook page, Duarte was married to Rio gangster Douglas Donato Pereira who went by the nickname Dina Terror. In March 2016, he was shot dead by cops in Brazil having been the accused kingpin of a drug operation in Rio’s Faz Quem Quem favela. Globo reported at the time that Periera resisted arrest and was shot by cops, he died later at a local hospital.
Police in Rio fingered Pereira as the murderer of a teenage girl in September 2014. He’s accused of circulating a video of the torture of Rayssa de Carvalho, 18, on Facebook. Pereira was also the suspect in the murder of another teenage girl, the motive in that crime was said to be the fact that her boyfriend had joined a rival faction. Raiana Dantas de Jesus, 19, was shot 20 times after Leonard da Costa joined one of Pereira’s rivals. That information comes from a wanted poster from the Brazilian police.
After he was killed by elite anti-gang cops, Duarte posted a tribute on her Facebook page saying, “In eternity, I will be with my love the way I always wanted, because in heaven all the time is time to be happy. God will take you in, it’s my hope that in eternity I will see you.”
2. She Says Now: ‘I Never Wanted to Be Famous’
Brazilian newspaper Globo reports that Duarte’s photos went viral shortly after she began to share them with friends. While she told the newspaper, Extra, “It’s very negative. I never wanted to be famous, I’m dying of shame. It was not a big deal. It was normal. I’d rather not talk about it – in order not to complicate matters. Like I said, it was normal.” That newspaper report also says that Duarte claims to not know who Bolt is. She said, “He sent a security guard to call me over. We spoke quickly. But at that moment I didn’t know it was him, because there were many Jamaicans who looked similar.”
3. Clips From the Night of Partying Show Bolt Enjoying the Company of Many Women
Various photos and video clips who Bolt living it up and dancing on stage at the All In night club in the Barra de Tijuca suburb of Rio.
In total, Bolt left the Rio games with three gold medals. After winning the 4.100m title, that Bolt the historic milestone of winning gold in the relay event for the past three games. His total tally is nine gold medals.
4. The Night Club Brags That There’s Nothing Like it in Rio
The Boate All In night club brags on their Facebook page that there’s nothing like it in Brazil. The description reads, “With high-level investment, everything has been designed for the experience in our home is something unique, like never before in Rio de Janeiro.” The club adds, “The club was created to satisfy a public that wants to find more than fun: a unique experience, with comfort, innovation, good music, joy and beautiful people.” It opened in May 2016.
5. Bolt’s Girlfriend Said of the Photos, ‘I Wish There Was No Discovery’
Bolt’s sister, Christine Bolt-Hylton, had said at the beginning of the Olympics that the sprinter had been with Kasi Bennett, 26, for two years. He’s said to refer to her as his “First Lady.” She tweeted after the photos spread across the Internet, “I wish there was no discovery, but thank you so much. That’s really sweet of you.”
In an interview with The Sun, Bolt-Hylton said about Bennett, “I’ve met her and she’s lovely. I would say that there’s a very strong possibility they’ll get engaged when he comes home.”