Singer Ricky Martin released a statement denying allegations tied to a restraining order issued against him in Puerto Rico.

A judge had issued the order against Martin, but authorities were unable to find the singer in the Puerto Rican town.

A complaint against Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin was filed under Law 54 by an unnamed petitioner.

The unnamed petitioner went to the court directly without filing a police complaint after ending a seven-month relationship with Martin.

The petitioner claimed that Martin, had refused to accept the petitioner's decision and continued to make frequent, and unwanted contact.

Ricky Martin said in a tweet that the order was based on "completely false" allegations, and he vowed to face them.

"I appreciate the innumerable gestures of solidarity and I receive them with all my heart," Martin said to his fans.

Martin's representatives said; "We are very confident that our client Ricky Martin will be fully vindicated".

Recently, Martin's former manager, filed a lawsuit claiming that the singer owes her more than $3 million in unpaid commissions.

Reports indicate that the person who made the accusations against Ricky Martin may be someone other than his spouse.