The communicator spoke for the first time about his separation from Marlene de la Fuente and assured that the accusations made by the woman last Tuesday were false.
it was last tuesday Marlene de la Fuente ex-wife of Ivan Nunez launched a harsh criticism of the journalist’s current partner, jordao from thailand, Confirm that there were financial problems related to the children. This Thursday, tvN’s Face delivered a version of it.
Through publications on social networks, Nunez denied that his children’s tuition payments were being withheld and also assured that he had complied with the amount of the alimony.
“Data kills story… For over three years, I have silently endured the spread of lies about my separation. Some of those responsible have already been put on trial for contempt (one offered an apology that was not accepted, and another defended himself by claiming he was not a journalist).”
Then, without going directly to de la Fuente, the news driver split the payments that had to be made each month after the two separated.
“The Fourth Family Court Provisional alimony of approximately 3 million pesos was paid and paid religiously. If you have any questions or doubts, please consult the court. In addition, I pay for the house the children live in (…) and I also pay separately for his Isapres and other bills for the children,” he said.
Relief of Ivan Nunez
“When I was fired from Radio Imaginea as a result of the spread of lies at the time, I was a promissory note signer that year, so I continued to pay my tuition until my credit card ran out. I continue to pay that debt and it is documented until July 2023,” he added.
Finally, he also mentioned that his relationship with the journalist ended three years ago, and asked him to leave his current partner and children alone.
“The responsibility for my mistakes is mine and mine alone. I accepted both publicly and privately. Leave my partner and my kids alone. Let’s just say that cheating isn’t the only or worst way to ruin a relationship. ” he pointed out.
“In a country where 87% of food pensions do not pay, lying about those who do pay is serious,” he concluded.