Ricky Martin was sued for “domestic violence” in Puerto Rico

Ricky Martin was at the center of the controversy after it was confirmed that he had been reported for “domestic violence” in Puerto Rico last Saturday and for this reason Judge Raiza Cajigas Campbell, of the San Juan Court of First Instance, issued a protection order against the singer, protected by Law 54 of that country that protects the victims of this crime.

The person who sued the famous, whose identity was not revealed, requested a perimeter restriction. Given this, the musician responded publicly.

In this difficult moment where all eyes are pointed against him, the interpreter of “La Mordidita” published a statement on Twitter this Sunday to clarify the situation: “The protection order filed against me is based on totally false allegations, so that I will face the process with the responsibility that characterizes me,” he wrote. And he added: “Because it is an ongoing legal matter, I cannot make particular expressions. I appreciate the innumerable shows of solidarity and I receive them with all my heart.”

This is not the only legal process that the renowned artist must face; A few days ago he also received a lawsuit from his former manager, Rebecca Drucker, who claims about three million dollars in unpaid commissions. The woman worked with the Puerto Rican for two periods: between 2014 and 2018; and from May 2020 to April 2022. The representative who sued him in a Los Angeles court expressed disappointment that she considered Ricky Martin a “dear friend” according to the brief filed in court.