Ioanna Paliospirou, after becoming a symbol of strength following the vitriol attack that left her severe burns on most of her body, now begins a new professional project, through which she will surely spread even more messages of empowerment and optimism.
As she announced in a new post on Instagram, she started her own podcast.
In the caption he wrote: “New page, new beginning … My Podcast… ‘IOANNA’. Thank you for always being here for me and embracing it with love, because I do it with a lot of love for you. Listen to it here.”
In a series of photos and videos by the photographer Olympia Krasagaki, Ioanna poses with a plaid skirt, where the shades of fuchsia, purple and orange dominate.
Her podcast made a dynamic start, as Garyfallia’s mother, Aleka Psarakou, recently spoke to her.
The two women confessed the moments that united them with deep love and appreciation and conveyed a common message to the girls who are afraid but especially to the boys, who should look inside themselves and eradicate violence. 0
“Garyfallia had an angelic face and a good opinion of everything. She may have thought she could change him,” said Psarakou, among other things, about her daughter.
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On May 20, 2020, Efi Kakaranzoula viciously attacked Ioanna with vitriol, causing significant burns that resulted in several surgeries to save her life.
Speaking of the attack, Efi’s cousin said: “She was capable of everything. She went and threw the vitriol at the other girl.
“She was capable of everything. I can’t psychologise her,.
“She did not apologise and made a terrible impression on me and I think that she may not have regretted at all.”
Regarding Efi’s family, the cousin said: “What should her parents say? People are shocked.
“They are ashamed to leave their home.
“Her brother is depressed. He does not speak, he is in shock.
“In the beginning, she did not know what had happened because she was very vertical. Now she has begin to realise the punishment, the outcry of the people.”