Susan Cristan denounced, for the second time, her husband Paul Ramirez for physical and psychological violence during these years of marriage. The comic actress presented a series of audios to the Magaly Medina program that show the insults with which her ex-partner refers to her.
As it is recalled, in the month of May 2021, the ‘Chola Puca’ denounced Pablo Ramírez for the same crimes; however, she alleged that the police officers at the Ate Police Station asked her for bodily harm to accept his statements.
“I went to the one in Ate (the Police Station), but they told me that (my address) does not belong to Ate Vitarte, that it belongs to Salamanca (…) Where I went they treated me like a despot, they wanted me to show them what they had done to me ( my husband)”, said the television figure for RPP.
YOU CAN SEE: Comic actress ‘Chola Puca’ denounces her husband for physical and psychological aggression
What did Susan Cristan say?
The former member of the cast of “This is war” broke down in front of Magaly Medina’s cameras, recounting the moments that she had to live with her husband Pablo Ramírez. Likewise, she presented a conciliation document and requested protection measures for her well-being.
On the other hand, he also assured that he stopped paying support for his youngest son nine months ago and that the audios presented in the show program were recorded in 2021, but he did not present them when denouncing Pablo Ramírez for the first time.
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The romance of Susan Cristan
Pablo Ramírez and the “Chola Puca” had a love relationship several years ago, both were married in February 2019, two months before giving birth to their youngest child. However, the first act of verbal aggression was when his little one was one month old.
If you are or know someone who is involved in acts of family or sexual violence, contact Line 100 of the Ministry for Women and Vulnerable Populations for free, which has a team specialized in offering 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 to the Urgent Care Service. This service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year (including holidays).
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