The singer José Manuel Domínguez ‘Yosi’, leader of the Ourense gang Los Suaves, has been sentenced to work for the benefit of the community for a crime of coercion to his ex-partner.
Specifically, the sentence has been issued by the Court of Instruction number 3 of Ourense after a rapid trial held on August 21 in which the singer acknowledged the facts and accepted the sentence, against which there is no appeal.
Specifically, Yosi must comply 20 days of work for the benefit of the community and, for eight months, he is prohibited from approaching or communicating with the complainant, a woman who was his sentimental partner.
In singer, 72, has been away from the stage with his band since 2016, when he suffered an accident during a concert. Since that time, his appearances have been very specific and this same year he revealed his possible definitive withdrawal on his social networks.