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Fortunato Botton Neto was born on 10 September, 1963 in São Paulo, Brazil, is a killer. Discover Fortunato Botton Neto's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 10 September, 1963
Birthday 10 September
Birthplace São Paulo, Brazil
Date of death February 1997 - Taubaté Prison, São Paulo, Brazil Taubaté Prison, São Paulo, Brazil
Died Place Taubaté Prison, São Paulo, Brazil
Nationality Brazil

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In February 1997, Fortunato Botton Neto was found dead in his cell at Taubaté Prison. An autopsy of the body confirmed that he had died from bronchopneumonia, caused by contracting AIDS.


Following these murders, at least four more followed, on which little to no information was released to the public. The killings went under the police's radar until 1989, when Botton was arrested for extorting a 19-year-old student for money he had nicked from his car. When brought to the police station, Botton admitted that he had killed seven gay men from 1986 onwards, explaining in detail how he would repeatedly stab them post-mortem. According to him, most of the killings were a result of the victim underpaying him, but on a few occasions the reason was a negative remark: in the Di Giacomo case, he claimed to have killed the psychiatrist because he complained that he smoked too much.


The next known victim was Antônio Carlos Di Giacomo, a psychiatrist employed at the Instituto de Assistência Médica ao Servidor Público Estadual, who was found dead at his apartment in Vila Olímpia on August 17, 1987. Di Giacomo's killer had shoved his own socks down the man's throat, reaching his esophagus, before strangling him with a pair of jeans and then stabbing him repeatedly in the heart with a knife. This was shortly followed by the murder of Manoel "Maneco" Iraldo Paiva, a theater director living in Consolação who was found strangled to death in his apartment. Like the previous victims, his killer had stolen numerous items from his apartment, including a Panasonic TV, a walkman, a watch, a portable typewriter, a Gucci messenger bag, a Mondaine watch, a checkbook from Banco Bradesco and several pieces of clothing.


Between 1986 and 1989, a mysterious series of murders against homosexuals began plagueing São Paulo, but was largely ignored by police due to social stigma and unwillingness of potential victims outing themselves as gay by reporting it to the authorities. The killer had a mostly consistent modus operandi: his victims were always wealthy older men between 30 and 50 years of age who were killed in their own apartment. Each of them had gotten drunk before the murders, allowing the assailant to bind their hands and feet to the bed, undress the victim and then either strangle or stab them, before stealing any valuables and leaving the crime scene.

The first recorded victim was 66-year-old decorator José "Zezinho" Liberato, whose naked body was found in his apartment on December 7, 1986. His legs had been tied together with a white sheet, his hands had been tied to his chest with an electrical wire and a long scarf had been wrapped around his mouth. He had apparently been asphyxiated to death, as there was a piece of nylon tied around his neck.


By the late 1980s, Botton began to have financial difficulties, as he had fewer and fewer clients willing to have sex with him due to his age. He then started committing petty thefts and robberies to get money, which he often spent on food or crack cocaine, of which he used about two grams per day. With his dire situation, Botton resorted to killing and then robbing his clients of any possessions he could get his hands on.


Fortunato Botton Neto (September 10, 1963 – February 1997), known as The Trianon Maniac, was a Brazilian serial killer who killed between three and thirteen gay men in the vicinity of Parque Trianon in São Paulo from 1986 to 1989. He was convicted of three murders and sentenced to 8 years imprisonment, dying in prison in 1997.

Fortunato Botton Neto was born on September 10, 1963, in São Paulo. He was raised in a religious household with what was described as a loving family, but from an early age he showed signs of an intellectual impairment, learning to speak when he was five years old. According to his later confessions, Botton was raped by a truck driver when he was eight, causing him to develop a deep hatred towards those who were physically stronger than him. He enrolled in school the next year, but his problems with learning and his frequent running away from home caused him to drop out. Around this time, he realized that he was attracted to other men, and when he was a teenager, he started offering sexual services to older men who were attracted to his muscular physique. Fortunato, known to his clients by the nickname "Pilo", frequented the Paulista Avenue near the São Paulo Museum of Art.