Nicole Block’s ex-husband responds to serious accusations of physical and psychological abuse: he shared a reflection on the lie

Stir was generated this Wednesday by the words of Nicole Block, who broke the silence and launched serious accusations against her ex-husband, Juan Cristóbal Meza.

Through her social networks, the actress shared a video where, between tears, denounced that he was a victim of physical and psychological violence by the composer.

For the same reason, after the repercussion generated by the accusation, Meza raised his voice and shared a profound reflection on his social networks.

“What is relevant in the lie is never the intentionality of the one who lies. The lie is not something that opposes the truth, but is situated in its purpose: in the vector that separates what someone says from what he thinks in his discursive action referring to others. The decisive thing, therefore, is the damage it causes to the other, without which there is no lie, ”he wrote in the stories of the virtual platform.

The Nicole Block Accusation

During the day on Tuesday, Nicole Block had exposed a series of episodes of which she would have been a victim of Juan Cristóbal. “Ex-husband or husband: the blows, kicks in the back, whipping me against the wall, cutting your neck so that I would not leave, threatening to kill you so that I would not separate, does not compare with the psychological violence that I have had to endure until now. today,” he said in the publication.

In addition, she revealed that her ex-husband was involved with the eating disorder suffered by the actress. “I suffer from eating behavior disorders and you know it, I almost died from this cause and you hit me there, on my Achilles heel,” she said.

The actress pointed out that the man manipulated her until she was separated from her family. “I entered television because my career as a theater actress did not seem enough to you, you took me away from my parents because they seemed uneducated, ignorant and unsophisticated by your standards”, she let off steam.

“You invalidated me as a professional, as a woman, as a human being. You abused me in every possible way. Because I repeat, as in the letter I wrote you on 12/17/2019, the day I ran away, with all its letters: you are an abuser. I felt silly for having endured so much, out of fear. But I’m not afraid anymore,” Nicole concluded.