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Andre Irawan previously had a problem with the heirlooms inherited from Roro Fitria’s parents. According to Andre Irawan, if Roro Fitria has moved, then she should not still keep the heirlooms.
“People who migrate are real, throw away everything that smells mystical,” said Andre Irawan some time ago.
Responding to this, Roro Fitria said Andre Irawan was only looking for problems to be debated. The reason is, Roro Fitria feels there is no connection between heirlooms and her divorce.
“Is there a correlation with divorce? Isn’t there, right?,” said Roro Fitria, when met in the Kebagusan area, Pasar Minggu, South Newsdelivers.com, Sunday (25/9).
Represented by his attorney, Asgar Sjarfi, Roro Fitria asked Andre Irawan to buy his own house if he didn’t want to see the heirlooms left by his father-in-law.
“If you don’t want heirlooms or objects left by Nyai’s parents and ancestors, it’s better if Mr. Andre has a contract or buys his own house there,” said Asgar Sjarfi, Roro Fitria’s attorney.
Roro Fitria said she only kept the heirlooms inherited from her mother. Since deciding to move, Roro Fitri has not used these heirlooms for rituals.
“Nyai only takes care of her without being ritualized anymore. Please take notes,” explained Roro Fitria.
As is known, Roro Fitria filed for divorce against Andre Irawan on September 14, 2022 at the South Newsdelivers.com Religious Court. Their first divorce trial is scheduled to be held on September 27, 2022.
For your information, Roro Fitria and Andre Irawan were married on December 21, 2021. The two of them have just been blessed with a son named Muhammad Sulthan Al-Fathir on August 26, 2022.