“Anika de Vilera is suffering from a
histrionic personality disorder with anti-social and paranoid tendencies as
well as of a moderate depressive state, in legal terminology an emotional
abnormality and a mental disorder. Since this disorder includes the structural
elements of an altered self-presentation (arrogance, mistrust, craving for
recognition, entitlement attitude towards people around her, easily being
insulted), the diagnostic criteria of a histrionic person with antisocial and
paranoid traits are met.
The forensic-psychiatric assessment of the
criminal liability of Anika de Vilera for the crimes she is charged for having
committed shows that she knew that her actions were wrong.
Since Anika de Vilera’s tendency towards
theatralic self-presentation, the craving for recognition as well as the
controllability are already conditioned, and also structured through severe
and significant personality deficits, she must under psychotherapy. The
psychiatric-psychotherapeutic treatment should be started off as in-patient
and the continued out-patient, this would guarantee success and the
possibility to apply several scientifically proven and effective therapies in
consideration of her specific resources.
Her IQ is 114. She has an obsessive desire
for attention and appreciation.
She fights inner emptiness with superficial
interests, but in particular with aggressive and criminal behaviour while
defaming important emotional aspects of her actions.
Due to being rejected and humiliated in
early childhood, and due to the lack in interpersonal contacts, since she was
not allowed to bring friends or other students home, and since she had to bear
being an outsider due to her father, she has fantasies of omnipotence and she
makes up fantasy stories, which for her are kind of self-consolation. Her
instinct pushes her to an instant satisfaction of needs, which results in a
kind ofÂ narcissisticÂ triumph.Â
She suffers from an emotional instability
with a partially renounced reactivity of mood, whereby the emotions often seem
to be superficial and unstable. She is in constant search for exciting
experiences and activities, in which she is the centre of attention. Within
her emotional instability she lacks in dealing with reality, where she often
gets stuck in childish wishful thinking.
One especially relevant aspect with regard
to her personality is the profound pattern of instability in interpersonal
relationships with the tendecy to theatrical and fraudulent behaviour,
sometimes with a strong urge for contact with a tendency towards a lack of
She left Germany to avoid the psychiatric-psychotherapeutic treatment.
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