Tribunal federal desestima la demanda de Raphy Pina contra Don Omar

Raphy Pina a la salida del juzgado el 15 de diciembre del 2021 (Fuente externa)

Una demanda radicada por el productor Raphy Pina contra Don Omar ha sido desestimada por el Circuito número 11 de Apelaciones en el estado de la Florida. Este es un capítulo más de una vieja serie de dimes y diretes, a través de las redes, y de acciones de uno y otro.

La desestimación de una segunda demanda enmendada por difamación radicada por el productor Rafael Pina Nieves, manager de Daddy Yankee y de Natti Natasha, contra el cantante William Omar Landrón, parece ser definitiva.

En una sentencia emitida el pasado lunes, 24 de enero, el juez Carlos López ordenó a Pina Nieves el pago de los honorarios y costos de los abogados de Don Omar durante el proceso.

La demanda llevaba prácticamente un año radicada por supuesta difamación de Don Omar a Pina, cuando este último enfrentaba un caso por fraude bancario.

El 1 de abril del 2022 se leerá la sentencia a Pina tras haber sido declarado culpable el pasado 22 de diciembre, por un jurado federal, por cargos de posesión de armas de fuego, habiendo tenido una convicción previa.

Raphy Pina se expone a una sentencia de 20 años de prisión. Tanto Pina Nieves como su defensa legal, aseguraron que apelarán la determinación en ese caso.Mientras tanto el marido de Natti Natasha y productor musical se encuentra en arresto domiciliario y con grillete electrónico, y espera que su defensa comience a armar los argumentos de apelación que presentarán ante el Primer Circuito de Boston.

A continuación el texto de la desestimación de la demanda

Filing # 142509182 E-Filed 01/24/2022 01:03:30 PM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2021-017156-CA-01 SECTION: CA11
JUDGE: Carlos Lopez
RAFAEL PINA-NIEVES
Plaintiff(s)
vs.
WILLIAM OMAR LANDRON
Defendant(s) ____________________________/

ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT LANDRON’S MOTION TO DISMISS THE PLAINTIFF’S SECOND AMENDED COMPLAINT AND FINAL ORDER OF DISMISSAL THIS CAUSE, having come on to be heard on January 19, 2022, upon the Defendant WILLIAM OMAR LANDRON’s [“LANDRON”] Motion to Dismiss the Plaintiff RAFAEL PINA-NIEVES’ [“PINA-NIEVES”] Second Amended Complaint, and the Court having heard argument of counsel, and the Court having reviewed all pertinent pleadings and exhibits, and the Court being otherwise duly advised in the premises, it is

ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

1. This Court is governed by, and it, therefore, relies upon, the precedent in Blue Supply Corp. v. Novos Electro Mech., Inc., 990 So. 2d 1157, 1159 (Fla. 3d DCA 2008)(citing Hunt Ridge at Tall Pines, Inc. v. Hall, 766 So.2d 399, 401 (Fla. 2d DCA 2000)(where the exhibits affirmatively show that the allegations in a complaint are contradicted by exhibits attached to the complaint, the plain meaning of the exhibits control and the allegations are rendered a nullity), Someplace New, Inc. v. Francois, 51 So. 3d 1215, 1217 (Fla. 4th DCA 2011), and Am. Seafood, Inc. v. Clawson, 598 So.2d 273, 274 (Fla. 3d DCA 1992).
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2. The Court further relies upon the precedent in Readon v. WPLG, LLC., 317 So. 3d 1229, 1233 (Fla. 3d DCA 2021), review denied, No. SC21-893, 2021 WL 3523557 (Fla. Aug. 11, 2021), and Luna Lam v. Univision [No. 3D19-2204] October 13, 2021 (under the “substantial truth” doctrine applicable to defamation cases, a statement does not have to be perfectly accurate if the gist or the sting of the statement is true).
3. Accordingly, the Defendant LANDRON’s Motion to Dismiss the Plaintiff PINA- NIEVES’ Second Amended Complaint is hereby GRANTED WITH PREJUDICE as the Court finds that any subsequent amendment would be futile.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

That the Plaintiff PINA-NIEVES shall taking nothing by this action and that the
Defendant LANDRON shall go hence without day, and the Court hereby enters this Final Order of Dismissal. Additionally, the Court reserves jurisdiction over the parties and this matter to award attorney’s fees and costs to the Defendant LANDRON as the prevailing party in this action, upon proper motion and notice, and to enter all such other post-judgment Orders as may be necessary.

DONE and ORDERED in Chambers at Miami-Dade County, Florida on this 24th day of January, 2022.

2021-017156-CA-01 01-24-2022 12:53 PM Hon. Carlos Lopez
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
Electronically Signed
Final Order as to All Parties SRS #: 12 (Other)
THE COURT DISMISSES THIS CASE AGAINST ANY PARTY NOT LISTED IN THIS FINAL ORDER OR PREVIOUS ORDER(S). THIS CASE IS CLOSED AS TO ALL PARTIES.
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Electronically Served:
Amado Alan Alvarez, [email protected]
Amado Alan Alvarez, [email protected]
Carlos Friger, [email protected]
Javier Micheo, [email protected]
Juan Carlos Ramos-Rosado, [email protected]
Maria A Dominguez Dominguez, [email protected] Maria A Dominguez Dominguez, [email protected] Maria A Dominguez Dominguez, [email protected]
Physically Served:
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