Following the news of Ricky Martin being issued a restraining order on claims of his Nephew, the singer was set to present his testimony in court docket through Zoom however the case was sorted out faster than anticipated. On Thursday, TMZ reported that Martin had gained his lawsuit in opposition to his nephew who made claims of having a sexual relationship with the singer and in addition alleged harassment by Martin after he had walked away from the claimed affair.
The Purto Rican decide has dismissed the short-term restraining order in opposition to Martin which was issued every week prior. Martin’s legal reps informed the outlet, “Just as we had anticipated, the short-term safety order was not prolonged by the court docket. The accuser confirmed to the court docket that his determination to dismiss the matter was his alone, without any exterior affect or stress.” The workforce continued, “And the accuser confirmed he was glad along with his legal illustration in the matter. The request got here from the accuser asking to dismiss the case.”
They additionally added, “This was by no means something greater than a troubled particular person making false allegations with completely nothing to substantiate them. We are glad that our consumer noticed justice completed and might now transfer ahead along with his life and his profession.” After his nephew had made such claims in opposition to Martin, he had profusely denied all expenses of having a seven-month relationship along with his relative and in addition opposed the next claims of harassment and stalking.
Previously Ricky’s workforce issued an announcement to disclaim all allegations, “Unfortunately the one who made this declare is combating deep psychological well being challenges. Ricky Martin has, of course, by no means been — and would by no means be — concerned in any variety of sexual or romantic relationship along with his nephew. The idea is just not only unfaithful, however additionally it is disgusting.”
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