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kalimba He is once again in the eye of the hurricane, as the Mexican singer does not leave aside the issue of the singer’s accusations, Melissa Galindo, who accused him of having sexually assaulted her.
This time the OV7 member announced that he is already taking the necessary measures and will proceed legally against Galindo, for moral damages.
Since, after Melissa’s statements on social networks, Kalimba announced with a statement that he would take legal action against the woman who has accused him of alleged sexual abuse.
Given this, the OV7 member’s lawyer gives details of this process and ensures that they have more than 120 pieces of evidence against the singer.
Through an interview for the TV Azteca program “Venga la Alegría”, the lawyer of the interpreter of “Duele”, Eliser García Macdonel explained that the singer did not seek him for any defense, but to bring a civil action against Melissa Galindo.
“It is important to clarify that my services are hired by Kalimba, not to carry out any defense in criminal matters, but to bring a civil action for moral damages for the video that was released a week ago…”
Kalimba not only seeks to prove his innocence with this process, because according to his defender, Kalimba revealed that they are seeking financial compensation because of Galindo’s accusations against the interpreter.
Well, according to what they revealed, he has lost work, including musical performances and even his participation in a play, just because of his alleged slander.
According to the lawyer Eliser García Macdonel himself, throughout this past week, The singer and his legal team have taken on the task of collecting evidence that proves the opposite of what Galindo denounced on social networks.
Some of these tests were shown in the aforementioned morning show, there they showed some videos and conversations where Galindo and Kalimba are seen living together in a normal way.
“This week we have carried out the collection of all the evidence that is included, among which we have found testimonials, videos, text messaging conversations, some audios, which add up to more than 120 pieces of evidence that will be the basis precisely for that a civil judge in his case can fail in that proceeding for non-pecuniary damage”