“I am unfairly accused of crimes I did not commit”

Due to the fact that the scandal for corruption of minors was revived after more than 20 years, due to the fact that on December 31, 2022, a new civil lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles, California against Gloria Trevi and the producer Sergio Andrade, According to documents obtained by Rolling Stone magazine, the singer did not sit idly by.

The regiomonstana published a statement in English and Spanish for those who “are reading and listening to things without knowing the background of the situation, or the true story”.

“Being a victim of physical and sexual abuse is the worst thing that can happen to a human being, I say it and I know it as a survivor; my feelings are with anyone who has been a victim of any type of abuse, but I will not remain silent while I am unfairly accused of crimes I did not commit.”

The singer stressed that “it is very painful for me and for my entire family to see false accusations made against me resurface more than 25 years ago and that have already been tried in various courts and in all instances I was completely acquitted.”

She referred to her time in prison after being captured in Brazil before the lawsuit that Karina Yapor’s family filed against her, as well as against Sergio Andrade and María Raquenel ‘Mary Boquitas’, on charges of kidnapping, rape and corruption of minors against Karina Yapor. In the case of Sergio Andrade, he was sentenced to seven years and ten months, although he was released in 2007.

“They were false accusations then and they continue to be false accusations now, and a court in Mexico thoroughly examined all the evidence during a process of almost five years and ruled in my favor because I have the truth on my side,” he stressed.

“For this reason, I am the one who has had a lawsuit in the United States for many years to take my defamators to court, I ask you to look beyond the absurd and tabloid headlines and wait to know the true facts, I will go ahead, working and defending myself until I get justice in this case”sentenced Gloria Trevi.

In the new lawsuit in the United States, neither the name of Gloria, nor that of Sergio, are specifically named in the lawsuit, but the details explained in the documents reveal that it would be about them, since concerts and records recorded by the artist are mentioned. mexican.

The new lawsuit published by Rolling Stone magazine does not mention the case of Karina Yapor, but rather that of two other women named Jane Does, who in the early 1990s were between the ages of 13 and 15, “when Trevi approached them in public and lured them into joining Andrade’s alleged music training program by promoting it as an elite star-making opportunity.The victims say Trevi groomed them to become Andrade’s sex slaves, and that Much of his abuse occurred in Los Angeles County.”

The documents read: “They used their role, status and power as a well-known and successful Mexican pop star and famous producer to gain access, groom, manipulate and exploit [a las víctimas] and force sexual contact with them over a course of years.”

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