shout out – In continuation of preliminary hearing against jose fernando coscuella suarezfull name of urban artist tickle himhis former teammates jennifer fangenji jacks described several incidents that were part of a wider pattern of abuse for which Singer allegedly victimized her.
Fangenji Jacques, a businesswoman in the fashion industry, described a series of incidents that occurred between April 17 and 23 this year, including an attack in which Coscula Suárez strangled her and threatened to kill her, and Another incident happened after the celebration. The birthday of one of the couple’s two young children, in which the reggaeton player is said to have fired on the balcony in front of the woman’s room and forced her to enter the residence.
as part of the prosecutor’s inquiry miguel hornero colon, Fangenzi testified in relation to this latest attack, that Cosculluela Suárez had left a birthday party attended by friends and family, possibly upset by the presence of one of the guests. Later on the night of April 20, when Fangenji Jacques was already at his home in Palmas del Mar, he noticed the presence of Coscula Suárez’s Cadillac Escalade bus in the area, followed by a texting exchange with his ex. At the time, Fangzi was in the main room of the Jacques residence, on the second floor, with a friend named Crystal, whom she had asked to move in with, while the businessman’s teenage daughter and a friend were in another room.
“We were texting, I’m in bed with my friend, and[Cosculula Suarez]tells me ‘get that bitch out of my bed.’ I tell him, what are you talking about and I ask my friend how did Jose know that I am in bed with you. He writes and says ‘stop talking about me’. I was scared, because how did he know that my friend and I were lying on the bed and talking about him,” the woman testified. “Immediately, a shot rang out on the balcony (opposite) of my room. “
in the judge’s room Yumayra Serrano MurcioFangenji Jacques of Humacao Court said the explosion caused his daughter to run to a second-floor room in fear. Then, while the three of them left the room and took refuge in the minor’s room – where the juvenile’s friend was also -, Coscuella Suárez would have hit the door that connects the room to the balcony where he allegedly fired the firearm. was.
Later, according to testimony, Cosculluela Suárez entered the house and, from the first floor, demanded by text message that Fungenzi Jaques – who was in her daughter’s room – come downstairs. Faced with resistance from his then-wife, Cosculula Suárez may have threatened to kill Fangenzi Jacques’ dog, sending her an image in which he held the pet while holding a firearm.
According to Fangenji Jaques, on 23 April, Cosculula Suárez sent him another photograph showing him carrying the same weapon, along with messages warning that he would kill the woman’s gay friend.
On the other hand, businessmen recalled another act of physical aggression that took place in his room on April 17A verbal exchange followed in which Fanji Jacques expressed his desire to leave the relationship behind.
“I told him we couldn’t continue like this, because the truth doesn’t work, that he always does the same, that he was never going to change. He started talking to me and I told him ‘Take advantage of me. Stay because I am still your wife, but the day I get divorced, I will be with the man I want.’ (…) He grabbed me by the neck and asked me to tell him again (and I repeated it). There he squeezed me, strangled me, threw me on the floor, and threw a bottle of shampoo at me. He would restrain me and throw me to the floor. When I was able to free myself from him, I pushed him into the closet, where there was a hole where he slipped,” said Fangenji Jacques, whose testimony was heard by the judge. He was repeatedly interrupted, who asked him to speak more slowly.
The pattern of sexual violence would continue in the weeks to come. Fangenji Jaques said that on June 8, the day before the divorce between the parties was made official, when he met Coscula Suárez, he opened the door of the woman’s vehicle, “he severed a part of the side that I drive up and took out a recorder.”
“There he told me that this recorder I don’t know how long will know everything about me, that he’s going to spin Tortilla, that he’s going to say that we left each other because I Per was incredulous. (…) He said he was going to make a song with that recorder, that he was going to water it so that the whole world would know who I was,” said the witness, who She mentioned that the artist had also warned her that he had placed recorders and equipment to track the location in the vehicles of people close to him.
Fangenzi Jacques said the decision to file a criminal complaint was made “after two or three weeks” after he learned that his phone, which he used for business, had been “hacked”.
In a brief meeting with the media during a recess, prosecutor Hornero Colón refrained from specifying how many witnesses would be called to testify at the preliminary hearing stage, but it appeared in court that the public prosecutor would not have access to evidence. In addition there are 3,100 messages. Text exchange between the singer and Fangenji Jacques. In several of them, according to his ex-wife’s testimony, Cosculula Suárez on one occasion made direct threats, such as warnings, that he would “shoot her” if she did not get into a vehicle with him.
Following complaints from Fangenji Jaques, Cosculula Suárez faced 13 charges for violating Law 54 on domestic violence and others for violating the arms law. As per the complaints, the first incident reported by the victim is of March 23, 2019.
Specifically, Cosculluela Suárez faces five charges under Article 3.1 (abuse); a Section 3.2(a) charge (aggravated misdemeanor for trespassing into a person’s home despite a protection order); two charges for Article 3.2(i) (serious ill-treatment against a pregnant woman); five charges for Article 3.3 (abuse by threat), and two for violating Articles 6.09 (carrying, possessing or illegally using long weapons) and 6.14 (shooting or aiming firearms) of the Arms Law.
The exponent of urban style is represented by graduates Carlos Aponte Nieves why i called irizarryFormer Secretary of the Family.
Both the police and the Office of the Women’s Ombudsman have tools to deal confidentially with any reports or complaints about situations of abuse, mistreatment or gender violence. If you are or know someone who is going through a similar pattern, you can contact police at (787) 792-6734 or (787) 343-2020, as well as the Office of the Women’s Ombudsman ( 787) 722 can also be contacted. -2977. ,