Myriam Montemayor, from Monterrey, announced this morning through a press release that she has taken legal action against Toñita, under the Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence, as a result of the comments made by the Veracruz singer about Myriam for six years when they began to have problems in one of the reunions of the first generation of “La Academia”, a reality show in which both their musical careers took off.
“To my friends in the media, to my dear fans and valued public, I hereby inform you that, due to the constant statements without truth or foundation, for six years, as well as in recent times and attacks that have resulted in violence, which led to direct threats towards me, I found myself in need of requesting protection measures before a judge, in accordance with the Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence, which were granted to me,” Myriam said in the statement.
The measures consist “in the prohibition to C. Antonia Salazar (Toña) to carry out behaviors of intimidation and annoyance to my person, this by any means or intermediary person, measures that were granted to me with a permanent character. It was ordered to notify the aforementioned with the warning that, in case of non-compliance with the protection measures decreedregardless of the possible criminal responsibility that may arise, the measures granted to safeguard my integrity and security would be reinforced and a measure of urgency would be awarded.”
“The limit of free actions is when people are negatively affected, that is exactly where our rights reside.” He highlights In addition, the singer who will continue to remain on the sidelines without making any pronouncements in this regard, “as I have been doing so far, giving her the corresponding follow-up in the appropriate instances; I appreciate your understanding and respect. I am focused on my professional career, family, and dedicated projects with love, respect, and gratitude to all of you.”
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