Youtuber Yoseline Hoffman spoke about her experience in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison with the activist Saskia Niño de Rivera (Photo: Instagram / @ justyoss)
YosStop She was released from jail two weeks ago, after having reached an agreement with the victim to regain her freedom, after being accused of alleged crimes related to the storage of child pornography. Now the youtuber revealed what those months were like in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison and what she thinks about her actions that led her to be denounced.
On December 1, Yoseline Hoffman was released under different conditions after she reached an agreement with Ainara Suárez, the young woman who denounced her for having exposed a video showing how she was sexually abused.
Almost two weeks after his release, YosStop did a live broadcast with Saskia Niño de Rivera, a prison activist who for months had shown concern about the youtuber being trapped.
The Hoffman revealed that uncertainty flooded her life since the police arrived at her house to apprehend her, because neither she nor her lawyers expected something like this to happen, so they thought she would only be in prison for seven days, a time that seemed to her. Yoseline inconceivable, and that later became months.
Yoseline shared what her life was like in prison and why she thinks she shouldn’t have gotten to jail (Photo: screenshot)
“‘Yos, that’s how you will have to do, we need seven days to prepare your defense,'” he recalled the words of his legal representatives. In addition to this, one of the people who received her in jail assured her that her case was not that simple, so she could assure her that she would be imprisoned for more than a week, something that did not sit well with her, but that allowed her know what awaited you.
The influence revealed that her first week behind bars were the most difficult days, as she could not sleep and suffered from constant anxiety attacks, they even had to medicate her so that she could remain calm.
In addition, he mentioned that during those days he did not have the opportunity to clean himself properly, since he could not bathe or brush his teeth during admission, which is an area where people are constantly on the move.
Also, one of the things that was most difficult for him was distracting his mind with different activities, since there was not something in the jail with which he could entertain himself. “Time kind of pauses, stops, and outside, no, outside continues (…) every day is the same, nothing changes,” he reflected.
The youtuber assured that it was a very bad experience, but it helped her reflect on her life (Photo: Instagram / @ justyoss)
Yoseline defined her time incarcerated as “a death of myself” and as a great lesson that allowed her to value, as well as to let go of those things that she no longer had control over once she was deprived of her freedom.
“Everyone has one foot in jail”
The content creator shared that she is now interested in being able to help those women who have been in pretrial detention for more than a decade and have not managed to obtain their sentence. She is also ready to get back on her feet and already has ideas of how to restructure the content she will share.
YosStop shared that everything that happened was what she needed to be able to be calm (Photo: Instagram / @ justyoss)
Finally, she assured that she did not deserve to have been imprisoned, and that many other people there should not be behind bars either. “No, I don’t think I deserved it, definitely not, but I think everything happens for a reason,” he mentioned.
For the same reason, she thinks that for some reason she came to the prison and this experience allowed her to reflect on different aspects of her life, so much so that she obtained her freedom being completely calm with herself.
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