Ricky Martin is not denying the allegations in an order to stop domestic abuse that was filed within Puerto Rico and believes he will be completely vindicated.

A complaint was filed in accordance with Law 54, also known as the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Act as per the

Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, however, because of its nature, law authorities have not revealed the name of the petitioner.

The accusations regarding Ricky Martin that lead to the protection order are fake and untrue," representatives for Martin have told PEOPLE.

"We have sure that when the actual facts are revealed in this case, Martin's customer Ricky Martin will be fully justified.

Police tried to issue a Restraining Order on Friday in an exclusive residential area of Puerto Rico - where the singer hails from,

"Up until now, police haven't been able to find him," police spokesperson Axel Valencia told the AP. 

Valencia said to an AP that this order blocks Martin from reaching out to the person who filed the complaint.

He also said that a judge will decide later if the order should stay in effect. Officials also confirmed that the petitioner didn't first file

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a report but rather went to court on their own capacity to ask for an order of protection.