Puerto Rico, San Juan (AP) — The judge has issued a detention order against Puerto Rico superstar Ricky Martin, police said on Saturday.
The order was signed on Friday, authorities visited the upscale neighborhood of the town on the north coast of Dorado, where the singer lived trying to provide the order, police spokesman Axel Valencia told The Associated Press. Told.
"Until now, police couldn't find him," Valencia said.
Martin, 50, denied the allegations of the statementissued by his representative via People.
"The allegations against Ricky Martin leading to the protection order are completely false and forged," the statement said.
"I am confident that client Ricky Martin will be fully substantiated when the truth is revealed in this matter."
Who requested the restraint order? I didn't know right away. Valencia told AP that the order was submitted under Puerto Rico's Domestic Violence Act and cannot provide further details.
Puerto Rican newspaper El Vocero said the order was: It says. Martin and the other parties are alleged to have had a seven-month date. The report states that the order was disbanded two months ago, but the petitioner said Martin did not accept the separation and was wandering at least three times near the petitioner's house. Claims to have been seen.
"The petitioner is afraid of his safety," El Bosello quoted the order.
AP has not obtained a copy of the order.
Valencia tells AP that the order prohibits Martin from contacting or calling the person who submitted it, and the judge will later leave or lift the order at hearing. He said he would decide whether to do it. He added that orders usually last for at least a month.
Valencia said the person who applied for the detention order did not contact the police. Police would have involved a prosecutor to determine if there was sufficient evidence to prosecute. Rather, the request was sent directly to court.