Friday, February 3, 2023

Gloria Trevi Responds to Lawsuit Against Her, Says She’s Accused of Crimes She Didn’t Commit

(CNN Spanish) – Nearly 19 years after her release and acquittal, Gloria Trevi has once again been indicted on two counts of alleged child abuse.

The lawsuit, filed on December 30, 2022, in Los Angeles County Superior Court, California, alleges that Singer allegedly participated in a scheme to groom two girls who would later be victims of sexual abuse.

The lawsuit, which does not explicitly name Gloria Trevi, refers to the singer as a “Mexican pop star” and names two of her albums, “Tu Angel de la Guarda” and “Me Siento Tan Sola. “

According to a lawsuit document obtained by CNN, the plaintiffs were between the ages of 13 and 15 at the time of the acts of alleged sexual and physical abuse.

They say that Trevi, in conjunction with her producer, “used his role, position and power as a well-known and successful Mexican pop star and well-known producer to reach out to her, groom her, manipulate her, etc.” exploit them and coerce them.” To have sexual contact with them throughout the years. “from years.”

The allegations, which do not directly name Sergio Andrade, indicate that the defendant “is an adult male” and “was one of the most successful music producers in Mexico.” The lawsuit also indicates that defendant produced an album by Trevi that was released in 1994. The album is “Más turbada que nunca”, which according to the Discogs page, Andrade was the producer.

Andrade was also the producer of two records cited in the lawsuit as being contemporaneous with the time in which the alleged events allegedly occurred between 1990 and 1992.

The document states that the lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County because some of the alleged acts were allegedly committed in the state of California.

Gloria Trevi responded to the allegations on Friday morning via a post on Instagram. The singer said that she is being wrongly accused of crimes which she did not commit.

“Being a victim of physical and sexual abuse is the worst thing that can happen to a human being, I say this and I know it as a survivor, my feelings are with anyone who goes through any form of abuse I have been a victim of harassment, but I will not remain silent as long as they unjustly accuse me of crimes I did not commit; the false accusations leveled against me more than 25 years ago cost me and my family It is very painful to see again and have already been prosecuted in different courts and in all cases I have been completely acquitted”, said the singer, referring to her acquittal in 2004 by a court in Chihuahua.

CNN contacted the Los Angeles County Superior Court to find out if the defendants have legal representation and at this time, the court says it has no information.

CNN also tried to locate a contact or legal representation for Andrade, but was unsuccessful. Andrade’s only online presence is his YouTube channel, which indicates that the last video shared by the creator was in 2017.

According to the social network, the Twitter account belonging to the producer that appeared on Andrade’s YouTube account was removed.

Andrade’s last known whereabouts are in Mexico, where he lived, but according to the Mexican press it cannot be determined whether he still lives there.

What are they accusing Gloria Trevi of?

The lawsuit accuses Gloria Trevi of allegedly gaining the trust of both Plaintiff Befriending them and then motivating them to fulfill the requests of their then creator.

The lawsuit details an alleged conversation between Trevi and one of the plaintiffs indicating that she must do what Trevi’s producer told her in order to continue working in the Mexican star’s troupe of dancers.

“I don’t want you to go, you have to go and talk [el productor]Do whatever you have to do, whatever I ask of you, please do, because I want you to be. Imagine if you left, you would lose this opportunity and now that we’re such good friends, I don’t want to lose you, I don’t want to lose you,” the lawsuit says.

The producer allegedly asked the plaintiff, who was then 16 years old, to have sex with him.

The second applicant presents testimony similar to the first applicant, where Trevi allegedly gained his trust through friendship. She was 13 when she came in contact with Trevi and his team. The lawsuit states that the alleged sexual abuse began when the plaintiff was 14 years old.

According to the document, the second plaintiff married Trevi’s producer, in a maneuver that the man did not return custody of the then-minor to her mother.

The events described in the lawsuit occurred between 1989 and 2000.

the Andrade-Trevi conspiracy

Gloria Trevi was previously charged with kidnapping and corruption of minors.

In 1999, the Chihuahua Attorney General’s Office in Mexico issued arrest warrants against Gloria Trevi, Sergio Andrade and Marie Boquitas.

All three were arrested in Brazil on 13 January 2000.

Trevi served part of his sentence between Brazil and Mexico. The singer spent 4 years, 8 months and 8 days behind bars. He was acquitted in 2004 by a Chihuahua judge.

In a 2004 interview with CNN, Trevi said that being imprisoned was “humanly an injustice and that at least in the end, thank God, in Mexico there was an acknowledgment of wrong through the laws that were made.” “

“During those years they robbed me but I didn’t let myself be robbed of the most important thing, which was to be able to make a song, to be able to dream, to be able to travel with my imagination.”

In interviews, weeks after her release and as part of promotion for her album “How the Universe Is Born”, Trevi confirmed that the stories that landed her in prison had been manipulated.

The singer said, “I want this to be very clear, I never hurt anyone and the stories that were told were very manipulative, very exaggerated and full of lies.”

In 2018, during the televised ceremony of the Latin American Music Awards, Trevi talked about this stage in his life.

“It took four years, eight months and eight days for Mexican justice to recognize my innocence and that I was a smoke screen for the dead in Juárez. Because in this way, sometimes, by condemning a woman, they hide crimes against others,” the singer said.

“My abuser is free today and has not only hurt me but many other young women. And most likely still is. They say a lie becomes a truth after repeating it, but no.. .I was not his partner, I was 15 years old with a 12 year old mindset, when I met the great producer who immediately tried to become a mirage of love and presented me as the only opportunity to achieve my dreams ”, Trevi said about the meeting with Sergio Andrade.

“I was 15 years old when I started living with molestation, beatings, yelling, abuse, punishment and humiliation for 17 years,” said the singer.

Andrade, who pleaded not guilty to the charges in 2005, was convicted and given a sentence of 7 years and 10 months. The producer was acquitted in 2007 of charges of kidnapping, aggravated rape and corruption of minors by a judge in Chihuahua, Mexico.

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