​​Malú Trevejo is a well-known TikTok celebrity and latin singer. Four of  Trevejo’s former coworkers have filed a lawsuit against the 20-year-old for alleged violence, slander, and sexual misconduct

Ralph Colon, Edwardo Vidal, Victoria Barreto, and Witchneverson Lacroix sued Trevejo for $4 million, claiming that while working for her, they “endured mental, emotional, sexual, and physical punishment.”

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Additionally, the workers claimed in their lawsuit that the singer used racist insults against them and made offensive gestures at Barreto, who worked as her personal assistant.

Who is Malu Trevejo?

María Luisa “Malu” Trevejo was born on October 15, 2002, in Havana, Cuba. She is a Cuban singer and an influencer.

When Trevejo was a little child, she and her mother relocated to Madrid, Spain, where they spent the next 12 years together. Trevejo demonstrated a keen interest in acting while she was living in Spain, particularly in the skit videos she made with her friends and had her parents record.

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She started belly dancing at a young age and had her first exposure to the public when she posted recordings of herself performing online. Prior to moving to Miami, Florida with her mother, she lived in Spain until she was 13 years old.

At the age of 14, Trevejo penned a recording contract and a co-management deal with In-Tu Linea and Universal Music Latin.

Within seven weeks of its release, Trevejo’s debut single “Luna Llena,” which was created by the Fliptones, had 33 million YouTube views. She was named one of the 2018 Latin Artists to Watch on Pandora Radio. Trevejo stated that her album would feature songs in both English and Spanish.

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Trevejo released a four-track EP titled Una Vez Más on August 2, 2019. Her song “Luna Llena” was certified gold and platinum within a month and spent two consecutive weeks peaking at number 18 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

Trevejo signed a contract with new management in October 2020 and moved to the Los Angeles region. She started an OnlyFans account on her 18th birthday and within a week had over 37,000 subscribers.

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Trevejo posted on social media in October 2021 that she had signed with Atlantic Records and rapper Travis Scott’s record label Cactus Jack Records. Later, she was dropped from Cactus Jack.