The Court of First Instance number 47 in Madrid declared the singer Alejandro Sanz in absentia because he could not be found to pay the three million euros he was sentenced to pay in Miami. A judge from that city convicted him two years ago because of the huge debts he owed due to unpaid loans he took out to buy two properties in that North American city.
Something that originated in the United States but has gone beyond the Spanish justice system, which now seeks to enforce the sentence of the court in Miami two years ago where the singer was sentenced to pay three million that he did not have payable.
Unable to inform him of the judicial resolution in person, the judge declared one of the artist’s companies, Alkazul SL, “in default.” By not showing the procedure, the judge interpreted that the singer is trying to avoid the resolution by all means to prolong the process and not pay the debt.
Something that can be more serious, because if he continues without giving signs of life in court, Sanz can be declared wanted, so that the thing, which currently has an economic meaning, can lead to a process with consequences. .
On tour in the United States
Not paying attention to the situation, the singer continued his tour in the United States and did not comment on the matter, to which his ex-wife Raquel Perera, however, had a reaction.
Making it clear that he is not the “official spokesperson” of the artist, Perera admitted that he had “no idea” why Sanz did not give signs of life to the Spanish Justice, but he assured that he had not “disappeared.”
Perera recognized herself from the three million debt owed by her ex-husband in Miami, Perera admitted that this was a topic that seemed “Chinese” to her, but made it clear that the singer was “good, working like always on his stages, with his music.” “I see you’re fine, it’s over.”