Singer and founder of hip hop duo Grace Shot, Juan Salazar Rodríguez (42), was reported to Carabineros for domestic violence.
Artist better known as Juan Sativo, was accused by his former partner, make-up artist Nathalie Guerra (36), who assured the man had been tortured by hand and foot wounds, according to La Tercera.
The couple started their romance in January 2015 and lived a year, but romance ended when a strong episode of violence for which she decided to leave was released in March 2016.
The complaint was filed at the 18th police station Ñuñoa, which was later notified to the Court of First Family in Santiago. As a woman assured the national newspaper, because he did not find any physical injuries, the charge was classified as psychological violence and she will be quoted as Sernameg (National Service for Women and Gender Equality) where she will be provided with emotional support and counseling.
Furthermore, because he has no relationship with this person or lives with him, his case has been cataloged as "Low Risk Rate", so it does not pass the prosecutor's office, although both parties must testify before the court of the first family in Santiago.
"I feel that no one deserves to be judged, even if you put down for five or six years (in the news). Everyone knows when he's ready to say it," the woman said.
Salazar has not mentioned this issue yet, although one of her representatives said they were not informed.
The grace was confirmed by his separation in mid-January.