The 63-year-old son of Florida man who died after a tantrum with Mexican Netflix star Pablo Lyle, files $ 100,000 lawsuit for severe emotional damage
- Netflix actor Pablo Lyle and his brother-in-law Lucas Delfino face a civil lawsuit over the death of Juan Ricardo Hernández
- Juan Ricardo Hernández’s family is demanding $ 100,000 from Lyle and Delfino because of the damage suffered by victim and family members
- Hernández was beaten and sustained a head injury during a fight with Lyle over a traffic incident in Miami on March 31, 2019.
- Hernández received life support and disconnected from a ventilator on April 4, 2019
- Lyle’s manslaughter trial over the incident begins in June
The son of a 63-year-old man who died two years ago after an outburst of anger with Netflix’s Mexican actor Pablo Lyle has filed a civil lawsuit, claiming $ 100,000 for “ serious emotional damage. ”
Juan Ricardo Hernández has sued for the pain he says his family suffered as a result of the March 31, 2019 incident that took place in the middle of a busy Miami street. His father Juan Ricardo Hernández Sr died four days after the attack, sustaining a skull fracture and internal bleeding.
Lyle has been charged with manslaughter for the incident and will face trial in June.
According to TV Azteca’s research program ‘Ventaneando’, the lawsuit alleges that the victim and his surviving relatives suffered pain as a result of the violent nature of the incident and the publicity generated by the victim’s death.
The family claims they spent their savings to cover funeral and hospital costs.
Lucas Delfino, Lyle’s brother-in-law, is also mentioned in the lawsuit filed on March 29.
Lyle is best known for his work on the Mexican soap ‘My Adorable Curse’ and the Netflix series ‘Yankee’.
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Mexican soap opera star Pablo Lyle will face charges of manslaughter in June 2021 after being involved in a fight in which he beat 63-year-old Juan Ricardo Hernández in Miami on March 31, 2019 before dying in hospital four days later . He is now also facing a civil suit
Juan Ricardo Hernández (pictured) suffered a skull fracture and internal bleeding after the March 31, 2019 road accident involving Mexican actor Pablo Lyle
Juan Ricardo Hernández has claimed that the elder Juan Ricardo Hernández and his family were harmed as a result of the March 31, 2019 incident that took place in the middle of a busy Miami street. They are seeking compensation of $ 100,000
Lyle, a Mazatlán resident, was charged with manslaughter after surveillance video showed him beating Juan Ricardo Hernández in an argument.
Delfino initially had a falling out with Hernández after the latter approached him at an intersection after Delfino allegedly cut him off on a highway lane.
As the vehicle started to drive to the intersection on its own, Delfino ran back and Lyle jumped out and confronted Hernández.
Lucas Delfino (left) rushes to his car as it begins to drive at an intersection, while Pablo Lyle (center) attacks Juan Ricardo Hernández before hitting him in a traffic fight on March 31, 2019 in Miami. Hernández broke his skull and suffered internal bleeding before dying in a hospital four days later
The Mexican actor is under house arrest and resides in Miami with his family. He is required to wear an ankle monitor that allows the court to monitor his whereabouts 24 hours a day
33-year-old Lyle then rushed to Hernández, knocked him out and crashed to the ground.
Hernández suffered a fracture to the right side of the skull and internal bleeding after the fall, and was pronounced dead on April 4 after his family ordered his livelihood shut down.
After the fight, Lyle left the scene, but police were able to track him down to Miami International Airport. After dropping his family off at the airport, Lyle and his Delfino turned themselves in.
Lyle has argued in court that he was acting in self-defense because Hernández threatened him and his family.
His trial for manslaughter, which has been postponed several times, is scheduled for June.
The Mexican actor is under house arrest and resides in Miami with his family. He is required to wear an ankle monitor that allows the court to monitor his whereabouts 24 hours a day.