A stunning influencer was tragically killed in a motorbike crash on the way home from a party with her drunk boyfriend.
Larissa Laccaste, 24, reportedly died instantly in the horror crash in the south-eastern Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro last month.
She was sat on the backseat as her partner Carlos Eduardo, 23, was riding the motorbike in the municipality of Sao Pedro da Aldeia on the morning of Friday, February 25.
Carlos was rushed to the local A&E department after surviving the catastrophic crash.
He was arrested following the police investigation into the incident for riding a motorcycle while under the influence of alcohol.
Larissa lived in the neighbourhood of Balneario in Sao Pedro da Aldeia and boasted over 14,000 followers on Instagram, where she made a living as an influencer.
She was buried on the afternoon of the following day after her body was released by the coroner's office following the post-mortem.
In a series of photos with her baby boy that she posted to Instagram before her untimely passing, she wrote: "Sequence of an infinite love, notice that I give him the juice, and soon after, he gives it to me – 'take it, mum'.
"See if I can deal with so much love? Mum's heart overflows for you, my dear! One year and six months of us, and I am completely fulfilled in being your mother, my smart, wise and loving boy! You're everything."
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In a post a few days before, the young influencer uploaded a series of flashback photographs of her friends and family celebrating her birthday in December 2021.
She wrote: "I got a beautiful surprise from my family and friends, everything [ was ] planned so I wouldn't find out but it was very suspicious hahahaha I loved it, everything was beautiful, grateful thanks to God for having such special people at my way, gratitude to my incredible partners who are always with me too!"
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