In the early 2000s, Ricky Martin's fame exploded internationally.
But the headlines revolving around Martin and his alleged behaviour over the past few weeks have been much more serious.
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Earlier this month, Martin's ex-manager Rebecca Drucker sued the 'Livin' La Vida Loca' singer for more than $3 million in unpaid commissions, according to legal documents obtained by People.
Then, two days after the lawsuit was filed, Martin was accused of harassment.
The singer's accuser, who was later identified as his 21-year-old nephew, has since withdrawn the allegations.
Here's everything we know about the situation.
On July 1, police attempted to issue Martin with a domestic abuse restraining order in Puerto Rico.
Based on the nature of the case, authorities did not share the petitioner's name.
But on July 13, Martin's brother shared that the accuser was the singer's 21-year-old nephew – the son of Martin's stepsister, Dennis Yadiel Sanchez.
Sanchez alleged he had sustained a romantic relationship with Martin for seven months and "feared for his safety", alleging that Martin had loitered outside his home after the relationship ended.
In response, Martin's attorney said the allegations were untrue.
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