Former Big Brother winner Sofia Suescun rushed to hospital after being savaged by pet Rottweiler

A FORMER Spanish Big Brother winner has been hospitalized after being abused by her pet Rottweiler.

Sofia Suescun, 26, was attacked by the dangerous dog Marco this week and suffered serious injuries, including to her face.

Sofia Suescun with her pet Rottweiler


Sofia Suescun with her pet RottweilerPhoto credit: Newsflash


Photo credit: Newsflash
She shared pictures of her bad scars from the attack online


She shared pictures of her bad scars from the attack onlinePhoto credit: Newsflash

Sofia took to Instagram to tell her followers about a nightmare she suffered after being attacked by her dog.

She wrote “Se ha liado,” which roughly translates to “Things have gotten messy,” followed by a crying emoji.

After her supporters voiced their concerns, Pamplona’s Sofia left them in suspense until she explained what had happened the next day.

She said: “I apologize for the concern but mine is greater at the moment.”

“Last night I (unintentionally) had a little mishap with Marco and he cut my face pretty badly (just by grazing me with his tooth).”

She shared multiple pictures of her injuries, including one next to her right eyebrow.

Her partner Kiko Jimenez can be seen applying disinfectant-soaked gauze to the wound and then putting a plaster over it.

Sofia asked her followers, “Do you think disinfecting and using a patch is enough?”

“I have to find a way to minimize the big scar I’m going to have.”

It’s not the first mishap Sofia has had with her aggressive pet.

In February, the Rottweiler accidentally headbutted her, causing her eyelid to swell.

In August last year, Kiko became a victim when Marco scratched his arm.

Sofia won season 16 of Gran Hermano (the Spanish version of Big Brother) in 2015 as a 19-year-old psychology student.

Her mother, the bus driver Maite Galdeano, was also with her in the house, but was the first to be evicted.

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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