There were many extreme stories in the web.

But this story is one of the most extreme we could ever hear.

Facebook posts are one of the many ways on we could express our feelings and share our happiness to others.

In every ‘Like’ reaction to our post, we are certainly happy that others appreciate our story.

But for 21-year-old woman Adolfina Camelli Ortigoza, every ‘Like’ she gets will be equal to every hell-of-a-punch she will receive from her lunatic husband.

Living in Paraguay with her husband Pedro Heriberto Galeano, Adolfina was held in their home against her will and is constantly receiving severe beatings.

Apparently, Galeano controls and manages her social media accounts and has control on her messages and photos.

And in every ‘Like’ she will get from her posts is the corresponding blows she will receive because her husband accuses her of having relationship with her friends who reacted.

“He controlled the victim’s social networking sites, he controlled the messages and photos, and for every ‘like’ she received from her friends, the woman received a beating because he accused her of having a relationship with them,” Adolfina’s lawyer Arnaldo Martinez said.

But after series of heavy beatings, the last beating she received went very bad and she can’t be recognized anymore in the pictures.

She suffered very bad that prompted her lawyer to say, “Her mouth was all broken, she was very damaged, her skin was hanging off because of the blows.”

Because of this, she needs extensive facial reconstruction and plastic surgery to recover her lost identity.

Her violent husband was now on the police custody and drew flak from those who knew and read their extreme story.

Because of this crime, Galeano will be charged with attempted femicide, deprivation of liberty and coersion that will collectively cost him almost 30 year behind bars.

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