Without breaking out of words, she claims to have been the victim of a plot by a theater producer, who gave a distorted version to the writer.
Actress Rita Guedes (40) has decided to break the silence and open the game about disagreements with the author of the TV series Walcyr Carrasco, speaking for the first time on the topic she has kept since the time of the TV series “Alma Gêmea”, the 6 p.m. hit series on Globo in 2005 Written and shared. Without mincing the words, she claims she was the target of a plot by a theater producer. The explosion occurred during a recent conversation on the Papagaio Falante podcast, by Sérgio Molandro and Renato Rabello.
“He’s evil,” said Rita Geddes, without bursting into words. She says that, in the 2000s, she was already planning to go to the United States to take a course when a theater producer from São Paulo invited her to submit a script. At that time, she had just played the character of Katya in the novel Valsir. She accepted participation in the theatrical project, but agreed to be in the cast only for the first month of production, and had to be replaced.
She says that another embezzlement in the cast caused the premiere to be delayed, and thus, Preeta ended up being the third to leave production. Then the producer gave the writer a garbled version of the case. “It was evil. He never came to Walcyr to explain that there was a delay and that I had already made another appointment in the US.”The actress reassured. After some time, the press speculated that Rita Geddes would be in a novel by Wales Carrasco, but the author insisted on denying the information. He replied that I no longer work with him.remembered.
After the episode, Rita Guedes and Walcyr did not work together again. However, she says the two talked and dreamed of a misunderstanding: We have already made peace. It was a huge misunderstanding, and then we ended up talking. Sometimes, in this environment, a lie becomes the truth. It was really bad, it hurt our relationship.”said the actress.
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