Fernando Peregrín passed away on February 14, but Belinda has not touched on the subject, nor have her parents (Instagram/@belindapop)
Fernando Peregrin, Belinda’s paternal uncle, died at the age of 75 from cancer in February, shortly after accusing his family of an alleged millionaire fraud and pointing out that the singer was “interested.”
At the beginning of 2023, Fernando Peregrín assured that his brother, Ignacio —father of the interpreter— had defrauded him with a million-dollar sum that left him in ruins and in debt. Likewise, he came to mention that her brother had exploited Belinda since she was a child and made her be an interested woman.
After a month of this scandal, a relative of the Peregrins confirmed to Chisme No Like that Fernando died due to the cancer that he was diagnosed with and because he had to stop his treatment since he did not have the resources to cover it.
Fernando Peregrín was admired in Spain for his research on music (Twitter/@JavierCeriani)
As mentioned by the presenters of the program, Belinda’s uncle suffered from three different types of cancer and that, in addition, they were already in a very advanced phase.
Fernando would have died in a nursing home in Spain, where he was treated while he was looking for a way to pay for his treatment and because the lack of resources did not allow him to access another type of medical care.
Both the interpreter of Light without gravity and her father would be aware of the death of their relative, although those close to Fernando never shared the news.
Ignacio Peregrín was the main accused by his brother, but he was not the only one (Instagram/@belindapop)
In the program, it was also reported that Belinda’s uncle’s last will was for her body to be donated to science, so her body was handed over to an institution for research.
Fernando Peregrín on several occasions accused his brother of allegedly having taken around EUR 250,000 —around 4,700,000 pesos— from a farm in Spain that belonged to the family.
Supposedly, it was in the 1980s that the singer’s father deprived his family of 200 million pesetas along with one of his cousins. They divided the money between them and, in addition, he allegedly extorted her parents to keep 60% of the shares of the family business.
Belinda has distanced herself from her paternal family, according to her cousin, because she did not even know of their existence (Twitter/@belimotosierra)
Fernando claimed that when Belinda’s grandparents died, he sold this business, keeping the money and leaving the rest of the members with a large debt.
Among the accusations that Mr. Peregrín made against Beli, he pointed out that his niece was an interested woman who manipulated her partners for money.
He mentioned that the interpreter of Neither Freud nor your mom used to ask their boyfriends for money and that she even had a modus operandi. Years ago, the singer allegedly had up to three partners at the same time for the same reasons.
“He asked his victims for money, playing the victim,” Fernando once said in Chisme No Like.
Belinda’s cousin’s accusations were the ones that hit the singer the most since they were consistent with what Nodal said after their breakup (Instagram: @belindapop)
In this sense, Fernando Peregrín assured that the singer was “prostituted” by her father, who would have been in charge of launching her as an actress since her childhood.
Stephanie Peregrín, Belinda’s cousin and Fernando’s daughter, seconded these accusations and insisted that the protagonist of Welcome to Edén only wanted to have boyfriends for her money.
For her part, the protagonist of Cómplices al rescate has not made statements regarding her relatives, but on several occasions she has sent hints that she does not need someone in the economic sense.
In one of her most recent interviews with Despierta América, when the accusations against her by her uncle and her cousin, Stephanie, began, she recommended that women “be strong, that they not give up, that they fight for their dreams (. ..) we are wonderful energy and we can never leave each other”.
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