Cibele Dorsa

Cibele Dorsa

Brazilian actress, model and writer
Date of Birth: 14.10.1974
Country: Brazil

  1. Biography of Sibele Dorsa
  2. Tragic Events
  3. Personal Life
  4. Final Moments
  5. Tragic End

Biography of Sibele Dorsa

Sibele Dorsa was a Brazilian actress, model, and writer, who was born on October 14, 1974, in São Paulo, Brazil. She gained recognition when she appeared on the cover of the Brazilian edition of Playboy magazine in April 2008.

Cibele Dorsa

Tragic Events

Throughout her tumultuous life, Dorsa faced several tragedies. She survived a horrifying car accident in which her friend, who was driving, lost his life on June 7, 2008. The accident left Dorsa with severe injuries, and she spent a month in the hospital followed by two months of recovery, including dealing with paralysis.

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In the midst of her recovery, Dorsa wrote a book titled "5:00 da Manhã" ("5:00 AM"), in which she shared her tragic experience. The title of the book refers to the time the accident occurred.

Personal Life

Dorsa had a son named Fernando, whom she had with Brazilian entrepreneur Fernando Oliva. She later had a daughter named Viviane with equestrian Álvaro Affonso de Miranda Neto, who went on to marry Athina Onassis Roussel, the granddaughter of a Greek billionaire.

In 2010, Dorsa began a relationship with Brazilian TV host Gilberto Scarpa from E! Brazil. They planned to get married in April 2011. However, Scarpa tragically ended his own life by jumping out of the window of their apartment on January 30, 2011.

Final Moments

Devastated by her fiancé's death, Dorsa gave several interviews, revealing in detail the events of that fateful night. She disclosed that Scarpa had attempted to leave the house to buy drugs, but she had prevented him. In a desperate attempt to keep him from leaving, she even agreed to a threesome with him and another woman. Although the woman did come to their home, Scarpa was too consumed by his desire for drugs and did not touch either of the women.

Heartbroken, Dorsa told Scarpa that their engagement was over and that there would be no wedding because he loved drugs more than her. Scarpa responded by declaring that he would show her just how much he loved her and then jumped out of the window.

Tragic End

Following Scarpa's death, Dorsa fell into a deep depression. On March 26, 2011, she tragically took her own life by jumping from the seventh floor of her apartment in the Morumbi neighborhood of São Paulo. Her suicide was confirmed by her Twitter messages, and she also sent a final letter to a Brazilian magazine, asking for forgiveness from her children.

At the time, both of her children were living in Europe with Álvaro Affonso de Miranda Neto and Athina Onassis Roussel. In her letter, Dorsa expressed her belief that she was not truly committing suicide because she already felt dead.