Lawyer Camille Vasquez, who became famous for representing Johnny Depp in the case against his ex-wife Amber Heard, will be part of the team of lawyers that will defend singer Gloria Trevi in the United States.
Apparently, the talented lawyer is convinced of the innocence of the interpreter of Everyone look at meas he commented that it is important to represent people in whom he believes and whose stories must be told.
After being cleared of any charges in Mexico, singer Gloria Trevi now faces a civil lawsuit for alleged child sexual abuse in the United States. In an interview for the magazine Newsweekthe lawyer Camille Vasquez spoke about the case after being hired to defend the also author.
After meeting with them (Gloria Trevi and Armando Gómez) and evaluating the case, I felt very convinced to represent her. She was imprisoned for almost five years, that was truly a violation of human rights, and she was exonerated of these horrible charges many years ago. However, she simply cannot escape the cloud hanging over her being.
On the other hand, it has been announced that the first hearing related to this case will be held on July 28. According to Who, not only Camille will be on defense, but also much of the team that worked with Depp, such as Leo Presiado, Steve Cook, Ben Chew, Jessica Meyers and Sam Moniz. It seems that the lawyer will focus her defense on the idea that the Mexican singer is just one more victim.
The real defining difference for me is that Gloria Trevi was a minor when she met Sergio Andrade. She was 14 years old when she started being abused by him. She is about a young woman who was abused, kidnapped, controlled and sexually assaulted by this man for years when she was a minor, as were the other victims, including the plaintiffs.
Finally, Camille admitted that it is fan of the interpreter of The damage count, as he attended to see her at one of the concerts she gave at the National Auditorium in Mexico City. It seems that we will see this lawyer in action again, as a trial is coming that will undoubtedly generate a lot of controversy.