Melissa Paredes never requested that her daughter be transferred to a shelter, revealed her lawyer

Melissa Paredes’ lawyer denied that she had asked for her daughter to be transferred to a shelter. (Latin TV)

Melissa Paredes received a barrage of criticism, after it was reported that the family judge Leidi Oliva Diaz rejected the model’s request for her daughter to be sent to a shelter. According to the lawyer Wilmer Aricaher sponsored did not request that the minor be separated from her paternal grandmother, who is now her legal guardian.

As you remember, the diary The popular pointed out that the magistrate of the Eighth Family Court rejected the alleged request of the former driver of ‘America Today’ because there was insufficient evidence to determine that Ysmena Stonemother of Rodrigo Cubaexercised alleged psychological violence against the four-year-old girl.

Once the news spread, the soccer player’s ex-wife was questioned on social networks by users, who were outraged by her alleged request to transfer her daughter to a shelter. Before the attacks, her lawyer communicated with newspaper trome to clarify the situation.

“It is FALSE that my sponsored has made a request to transfer her youngest daughter to a shelter. In this sense, I urge the media to disseminate true and verified information and thus not generate more misinformation in the population,” the lawyer specified.

who also decided to speak out was Celia Rodriguez Taboadamother of Melissa Paredes. “I urge the media to publish false and inaccurate news about a process that is still under investigation. Especially to the newspaper El Popular, which always lends itself to misinforming people! ”, He said in his stories from Instagram.

Melissa Paredes' lawyer clarified that the former presenter did not request the transfer of her daughter to a shelter.  (instagram)
Melissa Paredes’ lawyer clarified that the former presenter did not request the transfer of her daughter to a shelter. (instagram)

Melissa Paredes denounced Ysmena Stone, her former mother-in-law, for the alleged crime of psychological violence against her daughter. According to the former presenter, the lady would be limiting communication between her and her minor, who is under her care by order of the Power of attorney after the scandal that she and the ‘Cat’ Cuba.

In her defense, the soccer player’s mother indicated that, in reality, the model has dedicated herself to harassing her since she became the legal guardian of her granddaughter. The same happens with her maternal relatives, who send her several WhatsApp messages to find out how the girl is doing, without respecting her rest schedule.

“This situation that not only disturbs me, but also puts at risk the stability of my granddaughter’s adaptation to her new provisional reality,” explained Mrs. Piedra.

Rodrigo Cuba's mother defended herself against Melissa Paredes' complaint.  (instagram)
Rodrigo Cuba’s mother defended herself against Melissa Paredes’ complaint. (instagram)

After an investigation, the Judiciary rejected the complaint by determining that there was no type of psychological violence, but rather a family conflict between Melissa Paredes and Rodrigo’s mother, so finally the minor will still be in charge of her maternal grandmother.

Likewise, ‘Love and Fire’ reported that the judge asked both parents to make calls or video calls to the little girl, prior coordination with Ysmena Stonetaking into account that the girl goes to school, has a schedule of recreation, food and rest.


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