Translated From: These words in ‘Sálvame’ and ‘Viva la vida’ have cost him 180,000 eu…
Discovered on: 2022-01-14 08:49:16
Just one day after learning of the record severance payable by Diegus SL, the agency where Gustavo González and Diego Arrabal work, to Marilo Montero for illegitimate interference with the right to privacy and one’s own image, another sentence has been announced. is against Mediaset.
The communication group has been sentenced to pay 180 thousand euros to María José Campanario and Jesulín de Ubrique. The couple denounced Mediaset for the same thing that Diegus SL has been tried According to the complaint, in several programs of Telecinco there was talk of the breakdown of the marriage and an alleged infidelity.
Despite the fact that the couple requested half a million as compensation, Judge Carlos José Rodríguez has partially estimated the complaint and forces the group to pay the amount mentioned above.
According to the ABC newspaper, Mediaset must pay “5,000 euros to each defendant for invasion of their personal and family privacy in the program ‘Sálvame Diario’ broadcast on January 29, 2019, and another 185,000 for the content of various spaces, such as ‘Viva la vida’ and different versions of ‘Sálvame’ (Limón y Naranja) offered between February 10 and 15 of that same year”.
The aforementioned medium, which has had access to the sentence, details that it indicates that the information that was given in its day in these programs is of “absolute contempt for reality and truth, not just truthfulness.”