Thursday, June 1, 2023

A Cuban mother, a victim of domestic violence, who lives in Miami with her daughters in a shelter, is asking for help

The 35-year-old Cuban mother, mother of two girls, who has been in Miami for several months, asked for help from the community from the shelter where she lived for six months after leaving the house where she lives in West Palm Beach. a victim of domestic violence on behalf of the husband.

The woman identified as Arianni Otamendys Ramírez arrived at the border of the southern United States eight months ago, but in a statement to the journalist Mario J. Penton, she told that everything went wrong and she came to experience worse moments than those experienced in the crossing.

“I am a victim of domestic violence. He abused me psychologically and physically. It happened physically in Cuba, but the Cuban dictatorship, although I denounced it three times, nothing was ever done. They simply gave “Pesona fine”, she denounces.

The woman says that she recently arrived in the United States, that she had problems at her uncle’s house, where they were staying, and that her husband also left the house.

“He always said that he would change, that there would be an improvement, but it never happened,” laments the woman, who has suffered trying to keep her family together.

She explains that on two occasions the neighbor was even going to ask how she was doing, until finally she decided to report her husband and the judge issued a restraining order.

According to her, she could not find work because she was under shelter and her situation is complicated because she and her daughters only have a month left in that place.

“That alone made it much more difficult for me to find a job, both because of the hours and the availability, because I’m with my girls during the week,” says Arianni, who neither has nor wants help from her father. to know where she and the minors are staying temporarily.

“What I need is help, because I find myself in a situation where, if my daughters get sick, I can’t help them in any way, because I’m still on the way to getting a work permit,” concluded Arianni Otamendys, who pleaded for help. from the government

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