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Ana Bárbara’s Husband Accuses Singer of Domestic Violence and Threats: Lawyer Explains the Situation

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Ana Bárbara’s Husband Accuses Singer of Domestic Violence and Threats: Lawyer Explains the Situation

Mexican singer Ana Bárbara and her husband, Ángel José Muñoz, are at the center of a controversy involving allegations of domestic violence and threats. According to Guillermo Pous, the couple’s lawyer, Muñoz has filed complaints against José Francisco Ugalde, claiming that he received threats through social media and direct messages. Ugalde had previously accused Muñoz of being an informant for the DEA and causing their family breakup.

In a recent interview, Pous denied the accusations against Muñoz, stating that claims of him being a DEA agent and canceling visas were false. The lawyer also confirmed that Ana Bárbara had stopped financially supporting her parents after discovering that the money was being given to her children. This led to a rift in the family, with the singer refusing to continue supporting her siblings.

There have been speculations about whether the couple plans to denounce José Emilio Levy, a 19-year-old who has made damaging comments about them. Pous mentioned that since Levy is of legal age, his comments could result in legal repercussions for him.

Additionally, José Emilio has publicly accused Muñoz of imposing severe punishments on Ana Bárbara’s children and installing cameras in their house to monitor them. These allegations have further complicated the ongoing legal battle involving the singer, her husband, and her family.

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