The RBD singer said Kenya Mori's accusations are false

By People Staff
Updated September 16, 2008

INDENT] After being away from Mexico for some time, Anahí denied the accusations put forth by Kenya Mori, the sister of Bárbara Mori, who said that the singer hit her at the grand opening of a club in Monterrey, México because she had taken some photographs of her while she was drunk, and she didn't want the pictures to be leaked to the media.

“That didn't happen, it's a lie, and what bothers me about it is that you guys have known me since I was little, and you know I dedicate my life to making people happy, and to promote peace and unity,” said the 24-year-old on the show La oreja (Televisa), saying “you always ask me the worst things.”

“I was out of the country, so I didn't hear about these rumors you were talking about, but my mom told me about it, and honestly I don't want to talk about it, because I don't even know who that woman is, I've never seen her,” said the singer, regarding Kenya accusations.

Although there are witnesses who've said they saw the altercation take place, the singer insists these so-called witnesses just want their fifteen minutes of fame. “People like to be on TV honey. Why? I don't know, but they do, and it doesn't matter if you're famous, a lawyer, or a housekeeper,” she said.