Let's see, Sonia Bosom suffered "insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks and gynecological problems", and now she "hates pianos so much she can't even stand to see them in a film"? Gynecological problems and panic attacks? Really, from a piano? I'd say this is a person who has problems all right, some big ones. And it looks like she has found someone to (try and) blame them on. Right, make the piano player pay because she's been missing work. This sounds like more than a big stretch to me. Hopefully the legal system in Spain requires the burden of proof to be on the plaintiff. If so, Sonia should have a major, if not impossible task ahead of her. Whatever case Sonia makes I bet can be easily challenged by a good attorney and a couple of top expert witnesses.
Furthermore, since she moved six years ago and is just now getting around to suing, I'd say makes this a civil case, not a criminal one, and therefore the threat of jail time would be totally inappropriate. What the article doesn't say, is whether the "prosecutors" are civil attorneys or or government prosecutors, what we would call District Attorneys here in the U.S. If they're civil, they should probably go pound sand. Either way, maybe Laia Martin should investigate any misconduct on the part of the prosecutors, she may have a case of her own.
Ordinarily I reserve comment on court cases, because after all, I'm not there sitting in the jury box listening to testimony. But gynecological problems and panic attacks? Give me a break. And as far as not being able to look at a piano in a movie, I can just hear the violins (no, make that a piano) playing "My Heart Bleeds for You". Oh, the poor dear.
Last edited by Oasismfg; 11/14/13 12:54 AM.