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William Levy’s ex called cops to Broward home they shared in latest domestic dispute


William Levy and Elizabeth Gutiérrez were once one of South Florida’s golden couples but these days, they are barely on speaking terms.

The couple who have two children together are always in the news for the wrong reasons.

Univision lifestyle show “El Gordo y La Flaca” posted newly released bodycam from the morning of March 2 when officers from the Davie Police Department were called to the Southwest Ranches mansion they once shared.

In the footage, Gutierrez is seen outside in the palm tree lined driveway with their daughter Kailey, 14. The teenager claims she saw and heard an unknown woman in her parents’ bedroom and accuses her father of pushing her.

Gutierrez relays that her daughter entered the home to retrieve something and spotted the individual, who attempted to “hide.”

“I was waiting in the car and this is my house, my children’s house, and I need her to leave,” says the telenovela star.

The cops advise Gutierrez that she should have contacted Levy to settle the matter, but she says they communicate only through their daughter.

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“I have him blocked because every time he calls me, he calls me to insult me,” she says.

The bodycam then cuts to Levy, 43, who is blurred out. Police pat him down, then they enter. After a search, they tell Gutierrez they found no one, except for the house cleaner.

Gutierrez then begins to break down about how the relationship with her coparent has deteriorated.

“We see them twice a week at baseball,” said the Los Angeles native of the actor and their son, Christopher, 18. “He doesn’t even look at his daughter, he doesn’t talk to his daughter, he doesn’t even text her to ask if she has eaten, if she is OK, if she needs money.”

The “El Fantasma de Elena” star, 45, says she now lives with family, who help her financially.

“He was just like, ‘Get out of here,” Gutierrez said of the so-called Latin Brad Pitt. “I’m in a rental car. I’m out now.”

The video ends with Gutierrez and her daughter leaving with a few belongings.

Last week, Levy released a statement to People en Español about the incident, stressing that no violence occurred.

The problems between the exes have been going on a while. Despite splitting in March 2022, they were apparently on again, off again and cohabiting — and tensions were high.

According to reports obtained by the Miami Herald, cops have responded to the same home three other times in the last few months.

The police were there Oct. 23, 2023 and Jan 29 regarding verbal domestic disputes. Another report dated the evening of March 1, just a day before the highly publicized blowout, reveals that the exes had finally decide to live apart.


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