On Tuesday afternoon, the national singer arrived at the Santiago Justice Center Humberto Baeza, known as Tito Fernández, who will deliver his version of the three complaints of sexual abuse, brought by women who participated in the Center for Metaphysical Studies during 2010.
The Chilean musician arrived at the scene with his lawyer, Juan Carlos Sepúlveda, and made no prior statements to testify before the prosecutor responsible for the case.
According to information from La Radio, Fernandez would talk to the media as soon as he finished giving his point of view before the public agency.
On the other hand, the singer's defense has previously stated that appeal to the presumption of innocence of man 76 years old.
It should be noted that, according to the plaintiffs' testimony, "Temucano" would have been the leader of a sect called Tallis, in which he forced some have sex to "connect their souls".
Specifically, the three alleged victims indicated they would have received invitations to extra meetings at a motel in downtown Santiago, where they would have been abused by Tito Fernández.
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There is a possibility that the charges will be withdrawn at the end of the investigation, which is why The defendant should not be held guilty. until the court orders a judgment against him.
(Article 04 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)