After almost two decades of the controversial accusation and acquittal of Gloria Trevi and Sergio Andrade for exploitation, human trafficking and sexual abuse of minors, has re-emerged. Rolling Stone magazine published a complaint filed in Los angeles, california by two women who were victims of the clan when they were teenagers.
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The lawsuit became official on December 31, 2022, after a process that lasted three years. According to the interview conducted by the magazine, the two applicants were 13 and 15 years old when they were recruited by Gloria Trevi to be part of a musical training that would make them elite stars.
The victims revealed that the Mexican star approached them in public and instead of preparing them to have a career within the artistic world, in reality, Gloria had prepared them to become sex slaves of the producer.
Although the names of Sergio and Gloria do not appear in the complaint, the events occurred in the 1990s when Trevi and Andrade they were on tour in USA.
According to the interview conducted with the victims, rolling stones in the civil action real and punitive damages are alleged.
“[Trevi y Andrade] they used their role, status, and power as a well-known and successful Mexican pop star and celebrity producer to gain access, groom, manipulate, and exploit [a las víctimas] and forcing sexual contact with them over a course of years,” is one of the accusations contained in the lawsuit.
Organizations seek justice for the victims of the Trevi-Andrade clan
In October 2021, more de 100 civil organizations from Mexico, the United States, Spain, Argentina, Colombia and Uruguaythey requested to reopen the investigation folders against Gloria Trevi and Sergio Andrade.
The collectives pointed out that the network of trafficking and sexual exploitation It was made up of between six and eight people, so it was important to continue with the investigations so as not to leave unpunished a case perpetrated against teenagers.
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According to information from La Jornada, the newspaper had access to a copy of the document demanding the reopening of the investigations against Trevi and his former manager, in which Mexican organizations such as Camino a Casa Foundation and Veritas. In United States, Human Trafficking Awareness, Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation, Dream Hatchery and Coalition of Networks That Save Lives; in Spain, Feminicidio.net, Emargi and La Sur; in Colombia, the Anne Frank Foundation.
Gloria Trevi made public the version of her innocence
In the year 2000, Gloria Trevi, Sergio Andrade and Maria Raquenel Portillo were detained in Brazilaccused of kidnapping, abuse, rape and corruption of minors.
The Mexican pop singer was under pressure until 2004 in the Social Readaptation Center No. 1 of the State of Chihuahua, as she was acquitted of the charges brought against her.
During the awards ceremony Latin American Music Awards 2018Trevi gave a speech regarding the accusations that have accompanied her during her career and defended her innocence.
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“I was not an accomplice. I was 15 years old, with the mentality of 12, when I met a great producer. He immediately sought to become a mirage of love and pretended to be my only chance to achieve my dreams, ”he said of Andrade.
“I was 15 years old when I began to live with manipulation, beatings, yelling, mistreatment, punishment. And there were 17 years of humiliation ”, referring to the beginning of his career when she began working with Sergio Andrade at the end of the 80’s.
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