Selebtek. Suara.com – Inge Anugrah is disappointed with the South Newsdelivers.com District Court judge’s decision to grant Ari Wibowo’s demands.
Apart from granting Ari Wibowo’s divorce lawsuit, the judge also decided to hand over custody of the children to the 52-year-old actor.
Not only that, Inge Anugrah’s demand for past income of IDR 1 billion was also rejected by the judge.
Inge Anugrah’s lawyer, Petrus Bala Pattyona, said that his client was disappointed because the judge did not grant one of her divorce demands.
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He said that the judge had no awareness, which made Inge Anugrah feel like she had just been thrown away without getting anything after becoming a widow.
“Really disappointed. How come the judge doesn’t have feelings? As a wife, you don’t get anything, you just get dumped like that,” said Petrus Bala Pattyona, quoted from Suara.com on Friday (15/9/2023).
Petrus added that for more than 17 years of marriage, Inge Anugrah had never received support from Ari Wibowo.
“Inge is 16 years old and has never had any money. In fact, if Inge wants to travel anywhere, she only has Rp. 200 thousand in her wallet. So she can’t do anything. So, what do you buy, you use a credit card? that,” explained Petrus.
Ari Wibowo and Inge Anugrah. (source: Instagram @inge_anugrah @ariwibowo_official.)
Although disappointed, Inge’s party has not yet decided whether to appeal or not. They will discuss what steps to take within the next 14 days.
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“Regarding the living money, Mrs. Inge has not yet decided whether she is willing to accept nothing, she has not been clear about that,” said Petrus.
“But, I said, we’ll read the decision first. We still have 14 days to act,” he added.
Separately, Ari Wibowo invited Inge to appeal if he did not accept the judge’s decision.
However, he asked Inge to consider his actions for the good of their two children, Kenzo Wibowo and Marco Wibowo.
“If, for example, there is another appeal from the other party who doesn’t accept it, go ahead, that is his right,” said Ari Wibowo.
“But hopefully he can consider the children too, can accept the final result of this decision for the good of the children,” he said.