Winner of Miss Greece 1999 arrested for chasing and ramming a car, 57-year-old woman seriously injured

Evi Vatidou Miss Greece

An incident involving Evi Vatidou and a couple of motorcyclists occurred at midnight on Saturday in Glyfada.

According to Proto Thema, the winner Miss Greece 1999 allegedly rammed a motorcycle that had earlier broken its mirror, as a result of which a 57-year-old woman was injured.

The episode took place shortly after midnight when the two passengers of the car, a 59-year-old man and a 57-year-old woman, broke her car's rearview mirror under inexplicable circumstances.

Vatidou followed the motorcycle and then allegedly rammed it, resulting in the severe injury of the 57-year-old woman, who was taken to the Asklepiio of Voula.

The driver of the maotorcycle and Vatidou were brought to the Glyfada police station, and at 06.45, the driver filed a lawsuit for dangerous bodily harm, and Vatidou filed a lawsuit against the 59-year-old for insulting, threatening and harming a foreign owner.

Vatidou is being held for the felony of grievous bodily harm, Proto Thema reported.

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