Pablo Lyle was sentenced, a month ago, to five years in prison and eight years of probation for the involuntary manslaughter of Juan Ricardo Hernández, in a controversial event that occurred in 2019 in Miami.
Juan Ricardo Hernández, a 63-year-old man of Cuban origin, had an altercation with Pablo Lyle after a car accident in Miami. it all started when Lyle’s brother-in-law, Lucas Delfino, was traveling to the region’s airport to leave the actor, his wife and two children.
The car came across that of Hernández, who later lost his life in a hospital due to a brain injury from a blow that the actor gave him. Sandra Hoyos, A Miami lawyer involved in the Lyle case told “Ventaneando” that the victim’s family has filed a new civil lawsuit to request compensation by Lyle and his brother-in-law Lucas. “Insurers have denied the right to pay the victim’s family.
So, there is a civil litigation that is taking place right now, Lucas Delfino and Pablo Lyle are being sued,” he said. Hoyos added that the case is ongoing and is being carried out in the Miami court. The lawyer also explained that the conditions of the lawsuit are not clear because they are in custody and so far it is unknown. When will the next hearing be? “Those issues are kept confidential, even out of court view.
So, until they reach an agreement, we won’t have those details or until the next hearing we’ll have more information. If this goes to trial or goes to mediation or conciliation of what each party is asking for“, he expressed. Regarding the monetary figure that the Cuban family is asking for, it is speculated that between one and five million, however, Sandra said that the amount is not confirmed.
During Lyle’s trial, which took place on February 3, the famous’s relatives gave some testimonies to support him, including Ana Araujo, his wife who read some emotional words. Araujo spoke of how her husband reacted when she found out that Mr. Juan Hernández had died, she assured that he became very ill, I had vomit and couldn’t stop crying; She expressed that at the time of the traffic incident, she and her children felt very afraid.
“Pablo was never a violent person, he was always conciliatory, he looked after the well-being of others, which is why what has happened has been something very shocking for everyone,” he said. And he dedicated a few words to Lyle: “I am very proud of you Pablo, an action of a few seconds does not define you as a person, not all They can see what I have seen, I have witnessed your pain, your repentance and the great goodness of your spirit, I have always told you, you are a heart with legs, that is Pablo”, she said moved.
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