Roy Rosselló ex Menudo affirms that former record manager Menéndez raped him

Puerto Rican singer Roy Rosselló, who belonged to the famous Menudo group from 1983 to 1986, claims in the preview of a new docuseries that he was raped by former record manager José Menéndez, whose sons are serving life in prison for the murder of him and his wife Kitty in USA

“That is the man who raped me,” Rosselló says in English, pointing to a photo of Mené an explosive statement included in the preview of the three-part docuseries “Menendez + Menudo: Boys Betrayed” that aired today on the US program “Today” (NBC) and will premiere on May 2 on Peacock.

Brothers Erik and Lyle Menendez shot their parents with more than a dozen rounds from a shotgun in their Beverly Hills, California, mansion in 1989 and said during their trial in the 1990s that they were tired of his father’s sexual abuse, which his mother preferred to ignore.

The murder of the then businessman of the “RCA Victor” record company and of the former beauty queen attracted the attention of the country, which followed the outcome of the case in 1996 when the brothers were sentenced by a jury to life imprisonment without the right to parole for the deaths.

Rosselló says that he was 14 years old when Menéndez allegedly raped him in the family home, and during the presentation he gave today the singer and actor is also heard saying: “I know what he did to me in his house.”