Waiting for his conviction for involuntary manslaughter to be confirmed, Pablo Lyle has the support of friends who organized a collection because his family ran out of money to cover the costs of the case.
His brother, Jorge Lyle, spoke on Instagram about it and shared information about the collection in favor of the actor, who was found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Juan Ricardo Hernández, who died after a punch in the street in March 2019.
“Life sometimes presents us with great challenges that require a lot of strength and temperance, when these tests of life are traveled with the support and accompaniment of others, the path is filled with hope.
As many of you know, with my brother Pablo and my family we have been going through a very difficult life situation. Today I want to thank all the signs of affection and support that we have received throughout this time. I also share with you this effort that friends of the family have organized to raise funds for the legal process that Pablo has ahead of him. Above in my biography you will find the website that contains all the information and how you can support this cause.
I appreciate your generosity, any contribution is welcome, please help me to share this message. We deeply honor the pain of everyone involved. With love and gratitude, Jorge Lyle…”.
The goal is 100 thousand dollars (almost 2 million Mexican pesos), and until November 8, they have collected 57 thousand dollars (1 million 112 thousand pesos). Money can be sent in various ways on this website.
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