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Ricky Martin faces a new complaint for alleged sexual assault in Puerto Rico

Some days ago, Ricky Martin he sued his nephew, Dennis Yadiel Sanchez Martin, for extortion and requested 30 million dollars in compensation for damages after the young man claimed to have suffered domestic and sexual violence by the Puerto Rican, accusations that were dismissed; however, the pop music star faces a new complaint for alleged sexual assault In Puerto Rico.

The complaint was filed on Friday at a police station in San Juan, he specified on Saturday to Associated Press police spokesman Edward Ramirez.

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A person who was not authorized to speak about the case said that Martin’s nephew was the one who filed the complaint. The person said reporting does not automatically lead to an arrest, because the alleged incident was not recent. He added that the police will investigate and determine if the filing charges is justified.

Previously, in July, Sánchez requested a restraining order against Martin, but a judge later closed the case after Sánchez admitted under oath that he had never been sexually assaulted by the singer.

Flavia Fernandeza spokeswoman for Martin, told the AP that the legal team of the star he was assessing the situation and that he was not going to comment at the moment.

Ricky Martin vs. his nephew

On Thursday, the singer’s lawyers filed a lawsuit against the nephew, whom they described as “misadjusted.” He was charged with extortion, malicious harassment, abuse of law and damages.

They said Sanchez’s accusations caused Martin at least $10 million in canceled contracts and projects, as well as another $20 million in reputational damage.

The lawsuit says Sanchez sent Martin up to 10 messages a day, most of which were “meaningless tirades with no particular purpose.” They also accuse him of publishing Martin’s private phone number, which forced the singer to change it.

Additionally, the lawsuit says that Sanchez falsely claimed that she was in a romantic relationship with Martin for seven months. He assured that the singer did not want the alleged relationship to end and that he called Sánchez frequently. “Nothing further from the truth”says the lawsuit.

The lawyers noted that a judge previously issued two restraining orders against Sánchez in an unrelated harassment case.

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