The lawsuit of Ingrid Coronado and Charlie Lopez The house they shared when they were a couple seems to have no end and now the presenter accused her ex of having forged her signature on the deeds of the property located in Mexico City.
He made the above statements in an exclusive interview with the program ‘Ventaneando’ where he provided greater details of the lawsuit he has had with the former Garibaldi for some years.
She explained that at the time an expert opinion was carried out on the deeds of the property that is now inhabited by her ex and he concluded that her signature had been forged.
“I was not surprised by the result, because I knew that that signature was not mine, that I had not signed those papers,” the writer continued.
Although the last thing she wants is to hurt her son’s father. EmilianoWhat Ingrid does want is to be paid what she is entitled to for the residence, which is 50% of its value and not 15% as Charly Lopez claims.
“I request that I be paid half of that house that is in my name, what is next? Well, let the process continue, because the legal processes are like that, they are long, but I have said it, all the legal processes that I have, I have won everything and I continue to win everything, why? Because I have told the truth from the beginning,” the presenter also stressed.
The falsification of private documents is considered a crime that, if found guilty, the offender could spend between 6 months and 5 years in prison, as well as be subject to a fine ranging from 180 to 370 days.
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Source: La Opinion