Nicolás Larondo decided to keep the minor, despite the fact that he had to take her to the home of her former partner. “I didn’t do it because she lives with the alleged attacker,” the former soccer player said.
Former soccer player and U20 World Cup player, Canada 2007 with Chile, is a complicated situation experienced by Nicolás Larondo. As reported this Sunday, their eldest son was sexually abused by his maternal grandfather.
“On Sunday, May 14, 2023, my son Mateo, in the form of a game, disclosed to me the alleged sexual abuse by his maternal grandfather, with whom he lives in the Santo Domingo, Valparaíso region,” wrote the former defender of the University of Chile. , Huachipato and Deportes La Serena on his Instagram account.
The former Sab 20 was to give birth to her son on May 14.
In addition, Larondo stated that “my son has been with me since Sunday, May 14, 2023, although I had to return him to his mother’s home, I did not because she lives next door to the alleged assailant, and I wanted to make sure It will be good for him.”
Even after a complaint was made to the PDI’s sex crimes brigade in Nunoa, no preventive measures were instituted and the Family Court of San Antonio requested that the child be returned to the mother’s home, where the minor’s aforementioned grandfather also lives.
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On the former football player’s refusal to hand over the child, Larondo explained that “given that I told his mother the story of my son and she doesn’t believe me and thinks I’m inventing everything, and That I kidnapped her.”
Finally, he stated that “It was never my intention to take my son away from his mother, but from the alleged assailant he lives with. If I have to go to jail for what I’m doing, so be it.” Because our safety systems cannot continue to operate in a destructive way for our children.