Ricky Martin's Attorney Disputes Claims "Not Only Untrue, It Is Disgusting": Singer Abused His Nephew
Ricky Martin could face 50 years in prison following domestic violence allegations reportedly filed by his 21-year-old nephew.
Martin's attorney Marty Singer stated, "Unfortunately, the person who made this accusation is battling with serious mental health difficulties," when contacted by The Post on Friday.
Naturally, Ricky Martin has never had, and would never have, a romantic or sexual relationship with his nephew.
Ricky Martin has reportedly been accused of shocking domestic violence by his 21-year-old nephew.
It was made public two weeks ago that the Latin pop icon had been the subject of a "domestic violence-related" restraining order granted by a judge in Puerto Rico.
If the horrific allegations are accurate, Martin, 50, may be sentenced to five decades in prison under Puerto Rico's "incest charges" statutes.
According to the publication, the complaint was lodged under Law 54, often known as the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Act, in an anonymous manner.
According to the order, Martin and the person who filed the complaint dated for seven months, according to El Vocero, a newspaper in Puerto Rico.
According to the report, the alleged victim claimed that Martin didn't handle their breakup well and had at least three instances of loitering close to the petitioner's house.
Hearing is scheduled for later this month in Puerto Rico; Ricky Martin's lawyer says he rejects claims of a "sexual and romantic relationship" with his nephew.
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