Mari Luz’s father, Juan José Cortés, is provisionally released after being denounced for attacking a woman.
“He has brutally attacked me; I have reported him for death threats and he has carried them out,” said the assaulted woman.
Juan José Cortés, former national deputy of the PP and father of Mari Luz -the girl murdered by the pedophile Santiago del Valle in 2008 in Huelva-, has been provisionally released this Tuesday after being denounced by a woman for an alleged crime of injuries after an altercation at the Santa Justa station in Seville.
As reported by sources from the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA), Cortés has spent this morning at the disposal of the Court of Instruction number 9 of Seville, acting as a detainee guard, and its owner has agreed to his provisional release.
Cortés left the court at 12:45 pm and declined to comment. According to ‘La Voz del Sur’, Cortés was arrested at the Santa Justa station in Seville after an attack on a woman, CM , who filed a police complaint.
In addition, through a video disseminated on social networks, the complainant has assured that Mari Luz’s father “has approached me with a stick and has opened my head. He has brutally attacked me; I have denounced him for death threats and he has fulfilled “.