The judge federal Francis Kiss denied on Monday a request submitted by the music producer raphy pina Nieves to modify her conditions of release so that she could attend her daughter’s first birthday isabella life with the singer Natti Natasha.
The little girl turns one year old on May 22 and the celebration would be outside Pina’s house, according to reports.
This Thursday the also manager of Daddy Yankee reacted to the decision of the judge with an illustration that suggests as if he were separated from his daughter, but that he will fight for her. “The fight for LIFE CONTINUES @arte_carde It’s not easy but I’m not going to give up either, NEVER,” Pina wrote.
In the illustration made by @arte_carde, the baby is presented at one end and he comes out at another and tries to reach the girl but is prevented by several men. raphy pina he said in the post that he will not give up “never”.
El Nuevo Día reports that the judge Francisco Besosa denied the request to modify the conditions of Pina’s release, who is under house arrest.
“[Moción] denied without prejudice for premature. Once the court and probation officer are informed of the location of the birthday celebration and the hours that Pina Nieves will be away from her residence, the motion may be filed again,” the order states.
In December 2021, raphy pina He was found guilty of two counts of illegal possession of firearms, for which he was placed under house arrest pending his final sentence.
The reading was postponed, for the fifth time, the reading of the sentence of the music producer until next May 24.
Univision indicates that María A. Domínguez, Pina’s lawyer, presented the motion so that he could attend the party of isabella lifewhich will take place “in a place yet to be determined outside the house”.
Obviously, your youngest daughter’s first birthday is a momentous occasion for a father, particularly a father as devoted as Pina Nieves,” the proposal read.
The motion also indicates that Natasha’s little daughter’s party “will be a family affair” and that “it will take place in a safe environment”, so Raphy’s attendance will not “represent any danger to the community”. .
The federal prosecutor’s office asks for around four years in prison after being accused of illegal possession of firearms.
Federal prosecutors María Montañez, José Ruiz and Gregory Conner pointed out that the report presented by the United States Probation Office included an estimate of 33 to 41 months in prison and presented arguments to “recommend a sentence within the variant of the sentencing range. from 46 to 50 months in prison”.