In the wake of charges of domestic abuse against Puerto Rican singer, actor, and composer Ricky Martin, Martin is now taking a very firm stance.
The actor continues to deny the allegations in the Puerto Rican restraining order case. He is confident in his own innocence and believes he will be vindicated.
Ricky Martin Abuse Allegations
Under the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Act known as Law 54. According to the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, the case has been filed. Latest reports reveal that the petitioner’s name is not disclosed because of the bill authorities’ nature.
Rickey’s accusers are fabricating and fabricating, according to Martin’s representative.
When the truth is revealed, the public will realize that Ricky Martin is innocent and will receive full justice, according to the singer’s attorney.
On Friday, police in Puerto Rico, the singer’s home country, attempted to issue a restraining order. Then, according to the story, the police have been unable to locate him since then.
According to Axel Valencia, a police spokeswoman, the singer cannot hire the individual who filed the complaint because of the present judicial order. When it comes to deciding whether or not to uphold the current order, only the judge is qualified.
The most important portion of the accusation is still a mystery, as are the specifics of the allegation made against Martin.
Reports from the judicial authorities state that Judge Raiza Cajigas Campbell, First Instance of San Juan, issued an injunction against the actor immediately after a petition was filed by the petitioner.
Officials said that the petitioner wanted to go directly to court to get a protective order instead of first filing a police complaint.
When the petitioner filed a case against Ricky Martin, she specifically mentioned his birth name, Enrique Martin, as the actor’s genuine name.
To get a protection order, the police turned to the newly established Center for Operations and Processing of Protection Orders (COPOP). The order was processed in a matter of minutes.
When Ricky’s ex-manager, Rebecca Drucker, sued the singer ‘for more than $3 million in unpaid commissions,’ the news was sensational.
It was revealed in the court documents that the case was filed in Los Angeles’ Central District Court on Wednesday.
As stated in the purported complaint, Martin has reaped millions of dollars thanks to Rebecca’s assistance, whether it was in the form of tours, sponsorship deals, recording contracts, or other business ventures.
Rebecca went so far as to say that Martin had threatened her and tried to get her to sign a nondisclosure agreement so that she would not speak out about his treatment of his former manager.
Attorneys representing Martin have declined the remarks and are working to establish the defendant’s innocence.