Former edians mother says she was pushed during a childrens

Former edian’s mother says she was pushed during a children’s fight

Silvania Fernandes, 57, mother of former TV Globo comedian Filipe Pontes, 36, said she was pushed during last Saturday’s argument between her children (31).

In a video sent to Jovem Pan, Silvania said Filipe was drunk and had a fight with his 21yearold brother.

She described the fight. “Filipe came home upset, drunk and talking loudly and I asked him to lower his voice. Disturbed, he began to speak even louder, two brothers. I, afraid of a fight, went to the middle to separate and was pushed,” he said.

Silvania denies being attacked by her son, although she did mention the jab. “Filipe never hit me. It didn’t happen. We had a family fight. It happened,” he added.

Comedian also denied aggression. “Is it over there [mãe] denied. Because it doesn’t exist. I would never do such a thing. Anyone who knows me knows. I had a fight with my brother but everything is fine now,” he told Splash.

Filipe was arrested redhanded and released on Saturday. The comedian’s mother and brother appear as victims in the incident report, which was recorded as “domestic violence, threats, injury and breaches of fact.” He was released the same day after undergoing a custody hearing.

According to the former comedian’s mother, he is in the house of Friends. “Developed. What happened in the media made me sadder than what happened here at home,” he said.