The actress and Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2004, Alba Reyes Santos, reacted this afternoon to the determination of the superior judge, Larissa N. Ortiz Modesti, that she must leave the house where she lives with her only child because “there is no he is a child. title to the property, “There was no lease contract nor did he pay any fees.”
“Today I found out that the eviction was ordered from the apartment where I live with my son. I no longer know what to think, or what to expect from a Justice system that allows people to use their power and money to manipulate and deceive the legal system to achieve something that like this. “It hurts, it hurts so much!”, read Reyes Santos’s publication on social networks.
According to the decision, the former beauty queen “is in a dangerous situation and has no right to remain in the said property.” Likewise, you are warned that “if you fail to comply with the determination to abandon the said property, once this judgment becomes final and signed and the term established by law has expired, the Secretary of this Court will issue a order of the Sheriff of the Court to proceed.” with the launch. In addition, the order will provide permission for, if necessary, the Sheriff to destroy padlocks, gates, gates, doors or any access to the property of the plaintiffs, in order to process the eviction of the defendant.”
Reyes Santos reported in August through digital platforms that he filed a claim for alimony, better known as alimony, in which he requested that the apartment he lived in with a year who is a minor and her ex-husband and father of her child. , Ryan Coyne, identified as a “safe home.”
However, he assured that two weeks later, Coyne sold the apartment to a third party “to claim that the apartment is no longer his… But here’s the interesting part… it was done a day before the sale, and whose ONLY owner is the owner of the apartment itself.
In response to his claim, the corporation filed an eviction case against him and, after seeking protection from the Family Court, it determined that he belonged to a third party (the corporation). When he went to the Court of Appeals, the second judicial forum “decided not to review the resolution of the Court of (First) Instance because they said there was no partiality, although what was argued was that there was a mistake in the strict that law. and impartiality.”
The former beauty queen acknowledged that the judge’s decision shattered her faith and that she questioned God as to why he allowed so much injustice when he was not “a bad person, he never hurt anyone or at least not in any what way. way.” Intent, I will help others whenever I can and even if I can’t.”
However, Reyes Santos pointed out that he still believes in God and he prays “because this is all I can do.” Although I am strong or try to be, I am also only human.”