The flamenco singer Diego el ‘Cigala’, detained and later released for an alleged crime of gender violence against his ex-partner, Dolores Ruiz Méndez, better known as Kina Méndez, will continue without being able to approach her, after a court has restraining order ratified.

The Gender Violence Court has maintained this measure and has determined that the ‘Cigala’ You will have to give your two children alimony of 600 euros per month, which will mean a total outlay of 1,200, according to the Diario de Jerez.

In addition, the court has also decided that the cantaor cannot take his children with him through the use of parental authority, but rather You can only visit them in the company of a member of the Méndez family -still to be designated- in a place to choose. Along the same lines, minors will not be able to spend the night with him.

The ‘Cigala’ was arrested the night of June 9 to 10 at the Hotel Catalonia Atocha, located at number 81 Atocha street in Madrid. After being arrested, the cantaor spent the night at the Central Police Station. He is accused of alleged mistreatment that occurred in Jerez de la Frontera, of which there are no previous complaints.

On June 10, the judge of Violence against Women number 7 of Madrid agreed to release the singer as there is no risk of leakage.


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