On the balcony of her house in Spain, Shakira has apparently placed a horrifying life-size witch doll that reportedly overlooks the apartment of her ex-mother-in-law Montserrat Bernabeu.

Earlier this week, Shakira, 45, and producer Bizarrap dropped Shakira Bzrp Music Sessions 53, a diss tune directed at her ex-husband Gerard Pique.

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Locals claim to have heard Shakira “blasting the song at full force” from her house, which contains lyrics directed against his new partner. According to rumors, Montserrat Bernabéu’s warm reception of her son’s new romance has soured Shakira and Montserrat’s friendship.

Clara Chia Marti, Pique’s rumored new romance, was spotted in the ex-family couple’s home prior to their split, it was revealed earlier this week.

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Who is Montserrat Bernabeu?

Montserrat Bernabeu is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist who has been with the Institut Guttmann since 1993.

From 1997 to 2018, she was the head of the Brain Injury Unit, and since then she has been the Care Director of both the Neurorehabilitation Hospital in Badalona and the Brain Health Institute in Barcelona. She is currently the Co-Director of the Institut Guttmann Foundation.

She earned a degree in medicine and surgery from the University of Barcelona and went on to the Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona to pursue a specialisation in physical medicine and rehabilitation. She served on the board of directors of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine and served as president of the Spanish Neurorehabilitation Society (SENR) beginning in 2005 (ISPRM).

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She has participated in many European research projects on new rehabilitation technologies and served as the project director for the ICF TBI Core Sets Project, which was co-led by the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich in Germany and defined the main indicators for the treatment of traumatic brain injury.