Ricky Martin has denied all domestic abuse allegations against him after local police filed restraining order on Saturday July 2. According to the singer and songwriter, all the claims are ‘completely false and manufactured’.
As per reports, the police couldn’t file a report on Friday July 1 since they couldn’t reach the multiple award-winning singer. Ricky Martin has denied all such cases after anonymous staff filed the order in a court in Puerto Rico.
The Police Statement:
“We confirm that the Puerto Rico Police is in the process of filing a protection order, under Law 54, issued against Mr Enrique Martín.”
In response, Martin’s camp also said,
“The allegations against Ricky Martin that lead to a protection order are completely false and fabricated. We are very confident that when the true facts come out in this matter our client Ricky Martin will be fully vindicated.”
According to reports by Telemundo, insights concerning the restraining order are still muddled, but it is realized that it was given by Judge Raiza Cajigas Campbell. Authorities supposedly also uncovered that the solicitor didn’t initially file a police report and straightforwardly went to the court to demand a protection order.
Amidst this, Ricky was recently sued by his ex-manager Rebecca Drucker on charges encompassing USD 3 million worth of failed commissions. The case was recently documented in Los Angeles Central District Court.
In the 15-page complaint, Drucker claimed she helped Martin through “recording contracts, touring and sponsorship deals, and other professional endeavors.” It also said, “With Rebecca at his side, Martin made millions of dollars and therefore owes Rebecca substantial commissions.”