It also set a new hearing to analyze the status of the case on October The year-old actor, whose credits include the Mexican soap opera "My Adorable Curse" and the Netflix series "Yankee," is under house arrest in Miami and has a GPS monitor on his ankle that allows the authorities to know his movements 24 hours a day. The judge had originally scheduled the trial to start in February, but Keeley asked her to extend the time because another prosecutor involved in the case would be on maternity leave by then. Reizenstein agreed to the request after explaining that it was difficult for his client to be without authorization to work in the United States for so long. Lyle is accused of hitting year-old Juan Hernandez during an alleged road rage incident last year in Miami. Hernandez died days later in the hospital.
Pablo Lyle born November 18, is a Mexican actor. During his childhood and youth, Lyle studied in a Catholic school in his hometown, but once graduated, he started his career in the modeling world. In he ventured into acting by works. His breakout role was in La Sombra del Pasado as the male lead protagonist. The victim was hospitalized and died four days after the attack.
By Adry Torres For Dailymail. A Miami judge has turned down Mexican Netflix star Pablo Lyle's petition to return home as he awaits a manslaughter trial for killing a man with a single punch during a road-rage altercation last year. In Wednesday morning's hearing, Miami-Dade County Judge Marlene Fernandez-Karavetsos however did grant the year-old soap actor freedom to move around on the condition he returns every night to the apartment owned by his sister and brother-in-law in Florida. He suffered a fracture to the right side of the skull and internal bleeding from the fall, and was declared dead April 4 after his family gave the order to have his life support turned off.
Lyle, 32, is accused of throwing a punch that killed year-old Juan Ricardo Hernandez. Hernandez suffered a broken skull and internal bleeding and died four days later at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The incident took place on March Lyle was a passenger in a car driven by his brother-in-law when he cut off Hernandez in the intersection of NW 27th Avenue and 14th Street. Lyle was captured on surveillance video running out of the passenger side of the vehicle towards Hernandez. His brother-in-law also got out of the car, but it was not in park and it started rolling into the intersection. The brother-in-law ran back to the car to stop it from rolling and Hernandez walked back toward his own car. That is when the surveillance video shows Lyle running towards Hernandez. You must log in to post a comment.