Ricky Martín faces a complaint for domestic violence and a restraining order is issued against him RMMN | PEOPLE


The 50-year-old Puerto Rican singer, Ricky Martín, monopolizes the covers again, but due to a problem with the law because he has been denounced for domestic violence, according to the EFE agency.

There is a process of a protective order issued against Martin for a complaint under Law 54, which protects victims of domestic violence. However, his team of lawyers has assured that the complaint is “completely false”.

According to the statement issued by the police to which EFE has had access, “the order was issued by Judge Raiza Cajigas Campbell, of the Court of First Instance of San Juan, following a request from someone whose identity has not been revealed as it is of a case under the Law for the Prevention and Intervention with Domestic Violence”.

In addition, it is known that this document was signed last Friday and that the authorities went to the luxury neighborhood in ‘Dorado’, where the singer lives to try to exercise the order, according to police spokesman Axel Valencia. the Associated Press agency. “At the moment, the police have not been able to find him,” Valencia said.

The complaint is based, according to the newspaper El Vocero de Puerto Rico, on the complainant having had a seven-month relationship with the singer and two years ago they separated, but the artist would not have accepted the separation, so he frequently calls the plaintiff and prowls his house.

According to the Associated Press agency, police spokesman Alex Valencia assures that it will be a judge who will determine later in a hearing if the order should remain in force or be withdrawn, adding that normally the orders apply for at least a month. Valencia has also pointed out that the person who has filed the lawsuit did not go to the police, but has done so directly in court.

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