Dennis Sanchez was compelled to drop his case against his uncle after accusing him of stalking and making threats following the end of a romantic engagement between them.
The famous person’s nephew even obtained an order of protection barring Ricky Martin from speaking with him until the court concluded. As predicted, the star’s attorneys refuted all of the young man’s charges by pointing out that he had a mental illness.
TMZ reports that a Puerto Rican court today dismissed the singer’s 50-year prison sentence-related case. Dennis asserted that he and Ricky had a seven-month relationship, during which Martin could not accept their separation.
The court has now considered all of the evidence in the case and declined to prolong the order. The court stated in a formal news release that “the prosecutor unilaterally decided to dismiss the case, without any external influence.”
The statements “Justice has proven that Dennis Sanchez is just a troublesome person who lies without any facts” were validated by the singer’s attorneys. We are pleased that the facts have been revealed and that our client can now move forward in his life and work without incident.
Ricky Martin has experienced legal issues before; Rebecca Drucker, who once served as the singer’s treatment as an individual, sued him at the end of last month.
The famous person refused to give her the $ 3 million she sought after she was fired. Rebecca understood how necessary it was for her to lead an artistic life during those times when total anarchy prevailed.
The shocking allegations against Ricky Martin are taking on new, unfavorable dimensions. Consider that information about allegations against a well-known musician reportedly involved in a domestic violence case was brought to light.
However, things got even worse when it was discovered that the victim was the artist Lennis Yadiel Sanchez’s nephew.
According to the 21-year-old, when he broke their seven-month romance, Martin did not take it well and kept contacting him and hanging out close to his residence. The nephew did not contest that he had experienced physical and emotional abuse.