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Woman Found Dismembered After She Flew To Peru To Meet Her Online Lover

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Blanca Arellano Juan Pablo


Online dating is a common technique for people to successfully discover loving companions. Women, on the other hand, take a significant risk when they choose to fly across the globe to meet their partners in person.

Blanca Arellano, 51, flew 3,000 miles to Peru to meet 31-year-old Juan Pablo Jess Villafuerte, a medical student with whom she had a long online relationship, only to be discovered dead.

According to the New York Post, Arellano cut off communication with her family on November 7 after informing them in July about her trip to pursue a romantic relationship with Villafuerte. She was reported missing on November 12. Her remains were later discovered washed up on a beach.

Karla Arellano reported her missing aunt on Twitter with the words, “I never thought I would be in this situation, but today I’m asking for your support to spread this post and find one of the most loved and important people of my life.”

“My aunt Blanca Olivia Arellano Gutiérrez disappeared on Monday November 07 in Peru. We fear for her life,” she added.

In an alarming conversation, Villafuerte told Karla her aunt would return to Mexico amid their breakup.

“I decided to communicate with Juan P since he was the only contact she had in that country and that is where our fear was triggered,” she wrote.

According to Daily Mail, Peruvian authorities found a silver ring attached to a severed finger washed up on a local beach. A faceless head and an arm were also discovered.

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The next day, a torso devoid of organs was discovered at the end of a canal in front of Jose Faustino Sanchez Carrion National University, where Villafuerte is a student.


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Traces of Arellano’s blood were found throughout Villafuerte’s apartment, and Villafuerte allegedly posted her organs in Tik Tok videos days after she went missing.

“We have no words to express what we are experiencing,” Karla tweeted on Wednesday. “My aunt was a kind, warm person, full of light, intelligent, dedicated, loving and that is how she should be remembered.”

Villafuerte was charged with femicide, human trafficking, and organ smuggling. Despite his denial of involvement in the crime, he remains in police custody while the investigation is ongoing.

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