"There is a movement which is happening, thank God, to say enough is enough; to report violence and abuse. And I understand the girls that I have heard and I see that they are speaking up, because it's difficult", Sánchez said in a video posted online, in which she can been seen fighting back tears.
"I am going to have to stand up to a bunch of situations I don't want to face but it has to be known. I am sure there are other victims. When I was 13, I was raped by Luis María Rodríguez", she said.
Argentina is currently engaged in a complex and heated debate on violence against women.