Ricky Martin’s accuser has been made public shortly after he denied the charges made against him in a domestic violence restraining order that was issued in Puerto Rico.
Martin’s brother Eric Martin disclosed the victim is the artist’s nephew Dennis Yadiel Sanchez after the complaint was filed anonymously under Law 54, often known as the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Act, according to Marca.
According to the claims made by his 21-year-old nephew, he broke a seven-month romance with Martin, and the “Tu recuerdo” singer did not take it well, repeatedly contacting him and hanging out outside his house.
In the relationship, there was violence on both a physical and mental level, according to Sanchez. On July 21, the legal conflict is scheduled to start.
Allegations of incest are treated seriously under Puerto Rican law. The artist could receive a sentence of up to 50 years in jail if found guilty.
The singer of “Livin’ La Vida Loca” passionately refuted the accusations on Twitter on July 4 in the hopes that everything would be addressed.
I will challenge the protection order through the legal system with the facts and the dignity that define me, Martin stated. “The protection order obtained against me is based on utterly false charges.” “I am unable to comment in detail at this time because the legal situation is still pending. I am deeply appreciative of the innumerable expressions of support and accept them with open arms.”
Martin has not stated anything more recently.