Interpreter Nicole Bullock has filed a series of accusations of psychological and domestic violence against her ex-partner.
Through social networks, actress Nicole Bullock created a publication denouncing her ex-husband Juan Cristobal Meza. A series of physical and emotional abuse he suffers to this day.
The interpreter shared a video from October 2019. She appears to be crying and whispers softly. “So you remember what he did to you” He also uploaded a series of messages that Meza would have sent to both Block’s pet account and his WhatsApp.
“Unfortunately, This has not changed. I’ve been silent for years…but no more.” began writing to give a list of things his ex-partner would have done to him.
“Ex-Husband or Husband: Hit me, kick me in the back, slam me against the wall cutting off your head to keep me from leaving, threatening to kill you to keep me from leaving, is nothing compared to mental violence. I had to put up with it until today.” revealed in his text, “Golda is the most gentle thing you said to me two days ago.”
“I struggle with an eating disorder and you know it. I almost died for this cause, and you hit my Achilles heel.” he also condemned.
In it, the interpreter counted the things that happened in her marriage that she condemns. because it was broken. you took me away from my parents By your standards,” he began his list.
According to Bullock, in their relationship, he also had a set of limitations. She had to change her outfit, stop wearing red lipstick, and leave her friends behind.
“You despise my acting career, you are a better composer than I am as an actress, We had to go to the US to further your career. he recalled.
“I gave you the pesos I earned without looking at a single peso. When I ran away from you in America, I arrived in Chile with one hand in front and the other in the back while you spend our resources in Europe,” he added quickly.
Abuse accused by Nicole Bullock
The interpreter also said she had been the victim of various episodes of jealousy, harassment through “sick texts” addressed to both her and her friends, and “you hurt my self-esteem.” guaranteed.
“You disabled me as a professional, as a woman, as a human being. You abused me in every possible way. Again, like the letter I wrote to you the day I fled on December 17, 2019, with every letter you are an abuser,” he added.
The actress also claimed to have kept quiet until now. “I thought it was ridiculous that I had to endure so much because of fear. But I am no longer afraid.”
In October 2021, the Chilean actress confirmed that she was in the process of divorcing Meza. Her artist said she moved to live with her parents and has distanced herself from her now ex-husband.
“The third time is a charm (…) I currently live with my parents on Isla de Maipo because I separated from my husband Juan Cristobal,” he explained.
“Divorce mediation already underway it wasn’t that easy,” he added.