Mexico City.- Ingrid Coronado assured that the statements of Anna Ferro, widow of Fernando del Solar, about an alleged new lawsuit against her and the actor is false, in addition to pointing out inaccuracies in the data provided.
The clarification was made through a letter requesting the right of reply to the magazine Hola! Mexico, which last Friday had Ferro on its cover.
In the first talk that the yoga instructor gave after Del Solar’s death, she assures that one day after the death of Norberto Cacciamani, Fernando’s father, they had a socioeconomic study for the child support complaint of Luciano and Paolo, sons. of Coronado and Del Solar.
“I think in this sense he left with a thorn stuck in his heart due to a lawsuit filed by his ex-wife. The day after his father’s death, we had a socioeconomic study for that lawsuit: ‘It is the first lawsuit that they put on me in my life. They had never sued me!”, he confessed.
“He had no head at all. Even so, he assumed responsibility, I helped him by presenting all the documents that they were asking us for that socioeconomic study that had neither head nor tail. His great conflict was trying to manage everything. He was not in agreement agreement with their children’s school, where the tuition was like that of the University,” explained Ferro.
Given these statements, Coronado specified in his letter that the above is not true and that it was a process derived from the first lawsuit filed in 2016 by Del Solar.
“This information is false. The truth is that in 2016 a divorce lawsuit was filed against me, which was transferred to the Second Family Court of Mexico City.
“This process is pending final resolution, so during the month of May 2022, the judge in the case ordered a socioeconomic study to be carried out on both parties in said process,” the former Garibaldi signed.
Another issue that Anna Ferro highlighted was that when she met Fernando del Solar, he had already put a property in the name of each of his children in case he was ever missing and that the driver would collect the rent from both properties for the maintenance of Luciano and Paul.
“I want to insist on this idea: Fernando absolutely left us all covered, lovingly, spiritually and financially,” Ferro said.
To which Coronado, 48, pointed out that both properties were paid for by her and her ex-partner and that each one managed one of their children’s apartments, charging the corresponding rent until they were of legal age as part of the procedure initiated. more than eight years ago.
He said that the judicial authority established and quantified said obligations, in accordance with the economic possibilities of the food debtors, and always in attention to the best interests of the minors.
She stated that her children’s alimony has not been fully covered for more than a year, despite all the legal consequences that it could entail.
“Food obligations subsist even after the death of one of the food debtors and non-compliance constitutes an illegal act and even a crime,” he warned.