Cecilia Galliano blamed Sebastián Rulli for her estrangement

The actress revealed what her current relationship is like with the father of her youngest son, with whom she went through a complicated divorce and a lawsuit

Cecilia Galliano revealed that her relationship with Sebastián Rulli would currently be non-existent if it were not for the common child they have, since the divorce and the lawsuit that followed between the actors would have been very painful for her.

Sebastián Rulli and Cecilia married in 2007 and had a son, Santiago. The relationship seemed to be going well, but in 2011 they began the paperwork to divorce, which resulted in a long and complicated process that ended up hurting Argentina.

The actress confessed this Thursday in an interview with the program Hoy Día that currently, the relationship with her ex-husband is good, but thanks to her son, they know that to take care of him and give him the best, they will always have to see each other.

“We got along because of my son. I would tell you that we are not exes, we are parents. There is a creature in the middle, we are going to have to see each other all our lives”, said Cecilia.

However, he confessed that what happened after the divorce ruined what they could have kept as a nice memory, since there was a lawsuit by the protagonist of The rich also cry against Galliano.

“After (the divorce) came the lawsuits that I think were irrelevant and I didn’t deserve them, but it’s fine, I take them as such and I think that messed up something that could have been nice as a relationship as parents”

And it is that shortly after the couple divorced, Sebastián Rulli sued his ex-partner for a truck that belonged to her. The battle lasted several months and three instances; the first one was won by him, while the other two were won by her.

Although she won the lawsuit, she confessed that the process caused them to distance themselves. Even when the battle ended, she was grateful for having triumphed in a process that she did not start and she wished Rulli that she be happy, because if not, she would not let her be happy.