Roberto Carlos "wants to put his two kids on the street"
Roberto Carlos' ex-partner, Bárbara Thurler, says the left-back has sent her a letter telling her to leave her apartment in 60 days because he wants to sell it.
The private life of Roberto Carlos has been very busy. The legendary left-back from Real Madrid holds the position of Director of Institutional Relations at the club and has 11 kids with seven different women.
Bárbara Thurler, one of his ex-partners, who he has Bernardo and Betino - six and two years old - has spoken in an interview with Lecturas and says, "the father of my children has sent me a notice telling me to leave my flat. He wants to put his two kids on the street."
Thurler lives in a house in Intaperuna that is not in his name but of a woman who works with the footballer. According to the story, it will be his third time trying to get the woman out of the house. The first was when Thurler and her sister reminded him that he could not be there for the children and the second attempt was when she threatened to make the situation public.
Carlos gets his mother to break the news to Thurler
On this third attempt, Carlos' mother, who has a good relationship with the woman, was tasked with delivering the bad news. According to her account, she has 60 days to leave the apartment. "I asked him why he wanted the house and he said it was to sell it. It's nastiness," she said.
The same woman already reported Carlos to authorities in 2017 for non-payment of child support. He owed €61,000 for his two kids. He was initially sentenced to three months in prison but soon after, his lawyers released a statement saying he had already paid.
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