Vancouver Canucks proprietor Francesco Aquilini denied accusations of abusing his youngsters after they had been youthful, in accordance with an announcement launched Wednesday by Aquilini’s public relations consultant Gary Ross.
“Francesco Aquilini categorically denies, and is outraged, by the accusation made by his ex-wife Taliah in family court that he has ever abused the children,” the assertion mentioned.
On Tuesday, a lawyer for Tali’ah Aquilini made the allegations throughout a British Columbia Supreme Court listening to over Aquilini’s obligation to proceed paying baby help and canopy faculty bills for 3 of his youngsters. Tali’ah Aquilini filed an software requesting the youngsters stay “children of the marriage,” compelling their father to proceed baby help funds, regardless that details about their schooling has been withheld from him.
Claire Hunter, a lawyer for Tali’ah Aquilini, instructed the courtroom that Francesco supplied baby help till September of 2021. Both sides had been in dispute over Francesco not getting access to his youngsters’s faculty info, together with the names of the colleges they attend. Three of the Aquilinis’ 4 youngsters nonetheless require help whereas at school.
“The couple were divorced and reached a settlement in 2013. Mr. Aquilini has met and will continue to meet any child support obligations required by the law, but he has concerns about the veracity of the information provided in support of financial demands,” mentioned the assertion made on Francesco Aquilini’s behalf.
“It is unfortunate that allegations without merit are brought forward for a collateral purpose. He will have nothing further to say at this time as the matter is before the courts.”
According to Hunter, the youngsters have expressed a want to not disclose their info and to not be contacted by their father.