Targeted by a restraining order for domestic violence, Ricky Martin denies these accusations

Representatives of the interpreter of Livin’ La Vida Loca have disputed these allegations of violence which they describe as “false” and believe that Ricky Martin will be “fully exonerated”.

This Saturday, Puerto Rico police disclosed that a restraining order for domestic violence had been filed against Ricky Martin.

If no details have been given as to the identity of the victim, Associated Press reports that the complaint was filed under Bill 54, also known as the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Act.

Shortly after this announcement, representatives of the interpreter of Livin’ La Vida Loca challenged the domestic violence charges that lead to the placement of this restraining order.

“The allegations against Ricky Martin are completely false and fabricated. We are very confident that when the true facts come to light in this case, our client Ricky Martin will be fully exonerated,” they told the magazine. People.

A legal turbulent week

It’s been a rough week for Ricky Martin. On Friday, his former manager, Rebecca Drucker, filed a complaint against him. The young woman who represented the artist from 2014 to 2018 – claims to have helped the artist to revive his career in 2020 but that Ricky Martin then refused to pay her for the services provided.

According to the manager, Ricky Martin – who “escaped unscathed and continued his professional rise” – asked her to sign a non-disclosure agreement about their joint affairs, which she refused, before resigning from his post last April. Rebecca Drucker is now claiming $3 million from the singer as well as damages.