The Ecuadorian fulfilled all the requirements such as the purchase of an apartment, a pension and finishing a course against family violence.
Renato Ibarra had his last hearing and was acquitted of the accusations of family violence, which his former partner, Lucely Chalá, imposed against him, the lawyers of both parties informed ESPN Digital.
Renato Ibarra celebrates on Matchday 13 the winning goal for Atlas over Xolos. Imago7
“We only realized the reparation of the damage, it has already complied and the judge has already issued an acquittal,” Lucely Chalá’s lawyer, Renato Chávez, informed ESPN Digital.
Renato Ibarra needed two classes of the course against Family Violence to comply with what was requested by a judge from the East Prison, in addition that he had previously bought the apartment for his ex-partner and has been punctual in the pension payments agreed upon a few months, so that the footballer was free of all charges.
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Ibarra was apprehended in March of last year, because he was accused of alleged feminicide and attempted abortion, but his lawyers managed to have those charges rejected and he only faced trial for family violence. The former soccer player of America – today from Atlas – managed to reach an agreement with his ex-partner and it was agreed to buy an apartment, a pension and a course against Family Violence, to be acquitted of all charges.
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“What was agreed was for his family, it was never thought of as a business or something of that kind, but to ensure the well-being of his children,” commented a source consulted by this medium.
At today’s hearing, Renato Ibarra appeared, after traveling from Guadalajara to Mexico City, to show that he had complied with everything required by the judge and be free of all charges.
At first, Ibarra had eight months to comply with everything required, but due to the pandemic, the Ecuadorian process was delayed.
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