Natalia Subtil and Sergio Mayer Mori / Agency Mexico
Natalia Subtil opened up about Sergio Mayer Mori’s behavior regarding the upbringing and upkeep of her 5-year-old daughter Mila, as well as the way her former father-in-law Sergio Mayer Bretón supports the young actor and singer.
After Mayer Mori spoke to the press to make sure she soon tells her part of the story about her fatherhood and shortly thereafter published pictures of her living with the minor, the Brazilian took to social media to express her dissatisfaction with the situation.
“After a year of absence, only 6 hours together were enough. I mean enough to do your videos!” Subtil wrote on his Twitter account.
Some time later, the model admitted her anger at the Mayers in her Instagram stories and emphasized that her daughter’s father does not bear the maintenance costs.
“How good that they will find out everything! I find it shameful that you want to evade your obligation and that your father, “the future President of Mexico”, supports you with such barbarism. Imagine that this person, who wants to take care of the country, thinks it’s fair to give me “something” and not what the law requires,” Natalia said.
The artist also emphasized that with her case she wants to help more women who are going through the same thing. “I want to make all single mothers aware of the rights of their children. And not the little gifts that sometimes arrive and they think this is more than enough.”
Later, Natalia wrote another message in which she refers to the child support issue and the way many believe that mothers ask for money for themselves and not for minors.
“The year is 2022 and we continue to fight for the rights of our children, which ‘men’ should be aware of and alone should do their duty. But how can we act in a macho world?! In a world where the woman “gets pregnant alone”?! In a world where they would rather buy a judge than support their daughter?! (sic),” his message began.
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In conclusion, Subtil pointed out: “or better, by those who believe that with the pension we spend on ourselves, travel, private flights, beauties, clothes, bags, etc. (as my daughter’s father says) as if the pension were millions […] Let’s not be fooled by the wrong words or because they love the show. I will always be aware of this issue and I will ALWAYS be aware of my daughter’s (sic) wellbeing.”