This Thursday, November 2, Andrea Luna publicly denounced her ex-partner Pietro Sibille for having abused her physically and psychologically. The well-known 30-year-old Peruvian actress also took the opportunity to address the protagonist of Días de Santiago and question him about his behavior, since many young people see him as an example to follow.
Through your account Instagram, the interpreter of the novel Only a mother asked Sibille to mature and realize the things she has been doing. He also regretted that many people follow him without knowing who the actor really is.
“Ripe. You are almost 45 years old. Machismo and abuse towards women must be exterminated and you should be an example for those guys who follow you without knowing what is really after you. I’m so sorry, but this won’t kill me. It’s enough, ”wrote Andrea Luna, who sent a powerful message to her followers about the abuse of women.
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Pietro Sibille assures that Andrea Luna was unfaithful to him
Pietro Sibille He shared a revealing message during the early hours of November 2, where he assured that Andrea Luna was unfaithful with Andrés Wiese in Miami.
“Yes. I could not bear the lie anymore. What Andrea Luna said is totally false. Yes we were together when he did what he did with the imbé … that one with Andrés Wiese (he’s not even a good actor), ”wrote Sibille on Instagram.
Andrea Luna confirms separation from Pietro Sibille
After the compromising images between Andrea Luna and Andrés Wiese came to light, the young interpreter came out to clarify that on the day of the ampay she was single and had nothing with Pietro Sibille.
“I am alone and I am not with ‘Ricolás’ as you think, so stop bothering me and respect me because I am a woman and I deserve respect. We all deserve respect and the fact that I am a woman does not mean that I am a p … ”. said.
If you know someone who has been affected or involved in acts of family or sexual violence, contact the 100 Line of the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations free of charge, which has a team specialized in “providing information, guidance and emotional support ”.
In addition, Line 100 has the power to refer the most serious cases of family or sexual violence to the Women’s Emergency Centers or the Urgent Care Service. This service is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year (including holidays).