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Greissy Ortega Accuses Ítalo Villaseca of Domestic Violence and Loses her Baby

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Greissy Ortega Accuses Ítalo Villaseca of Domestic Violence and Loses her Baby

Greissy Ortega has once again reached out to Magaly Medina for help, this time seeking a divorce from her husband Ítalo Villaseca. The Colombian woman decided to report him for domestic violence in the United States, revealing that he had been physically abusing her since they lived in Lince and her children had witnessed the mistreatment.

In a troubling testimony, Ortega detailed an incident from January of this year where Villaseca allegedly attacked her in front of her children. “I told him to stay with my children, he didn’t want to, and I closed the door so he wouldn’t leave. He kneed me twice in the face and called me ‘son of a b****…’ and punched me twice in the face,” she revealed.

Furthermore, Ortega disclosed that she lost the baby she was carrying in November of last year as a result of an attack by Villaseca. “I was 7 months old when I lost my baby. He didn’t want my daughter because she was going to be a girl, he wanted us to give her up for adoption. He came from the street, he lost some money, and he threw a shoe at me and it fell on my belly and that’s where I go to the doctor because my stomach was hurting a lot and my daughter’s heartbeat was stopping. They gave me three days to find out if she survived but she couldn’t and they took my daughter away from me,” she tearfully recounted.

Greissy Ortega’s story has caught the attention of many, highlighting the deeply concerning issue of domestic violence. This is a developing story and we will continue to provide updates as necessary.

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