“As I indicated during the hearing by letter to the judge, I will not appear in court to explain it. Hearing my voice as a witness in this case is to discredit my mother because what I testify will only further damage my mother’s reputation,” Roxanne said. “I don’t do that. Legally, this is called a right of nondisclosure. So I will rely on that.”
Rachel believes her interests were not properly represented after she collapsed and gave people power of attorney to act on her behalf in 2016. On Thursday morning, a judge decided that only three witnesses, including daughter Roxanne, should be heard about the €24,000 bill for the program. training. The rest of the request was rejected because Hazes would have no interest in it.
“I am very happy with this,” Roxanne wrote, “because it will become clear why this track is so important.” “It hurts, however, to ask questions now when it comes to mental health and to seek help from a good friend in need. I’m so proud of her willingness to testify about this, because I know from personal experience how personal and sad this is.”
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