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The battle of Ester (Grazi Massafera) and Cassiano (Henri Castelli) tells Alberto (Igor Rickli) is still far from having a truce in the novel “Flor do Caribe”. After the ex-pilot returns safely from Dom Rafael’s prison (Cesar Troncoso) for the second time and falls straight into the girl’s arms, the villain will use heavy artillery to try to separate the couple. In scenes scheduled to air on November 14 on the plot of six, the crook gets a court order that gives him the right to stay with Laurinha (Serena and Vitoria Lovatel) and take her from the house of his ex-wife’s parents, whom he married while his rival was in the Caribbean, imprisoned, thus fulfilling the threat he made.

‘Flor do Caribe’: teacher gives Ester’s daughter to Alberto

Upset that Ester left the house with the children, Alberto begins his revenge strategy by asking for the repossession of the property where the NGO chaired by the ex-bugueira works. And as an assistant to the businessman, Hélio (Raphael Viana), responsible for his father’s arrest, is obliged to help him in the process in Walther Negrão’s booklet shown in 2013. To make his situation even worse, Ester forgets to look for Laurinha at instead of calling the girl’s mother, she calls the father, who is going to pick up the daughter.

‘Flower of the Caribbean’: Ester threatens Alberto to defend her daughter

When Esther arrives at school and is informed of what happened, she despairs. Accompanied by Lindaura (Ângela Vieira), the protagonist goes to the Albuquerque Group office to get her daughter back. Nervous, Esther invades her ex-husband’s office and threatens him. In retaliation, Alberto orders Hélio to take the NGO’s cash books and, in an attempt to help, the boy tells Cassiano that his boss can report the ex-wife to the Public Ministry. The ex-pilot talks to his girlfriend to find out more details about his situation and she confesses that she doesn’t know how many the organization’s accountability is going.

In the novel, Ester revolts at the decision to lose custody of her daughter

A little later, Ester takes a shower of cold water while beside Cassiano he is celebrating the result of a charity parade. It’s just that a bailiff surprises the guide. “I bring a search and seizure order for the youngest Laura Schnaider Albuquerque,” he announces, revolting the young woman. “Is it another set of that scoundrel? How much did he pay you to come here and …”, he shoots. The officer advises Esther to keep quiet. “A hint of corruption against a public servant can make you worse off than you already are,” he recommends. With no way out, she gives in and still needs to comfort her son, Samuca (Vitor Figueiredo), involved in Alberto’s frames. “You will not be far from your sister. We will always be together,” he promises without much certainty.

(Text updated by Guilherme Guidorizzi)


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