To answer the question at hand: yes! Not everyone was as happy about Thalía’s second pregnancy as the Mexicana starlet. A drug company is suing the singer/actress for getting pregnant. The 40-year-old, who gave birth to baby Matthew Alejandro Mottola in June, had apparently signed a contract with the Mexican drug company Genomma Lab International to promote one of their products, but then got pregnant and was unable to fulfill her obligations.
According to the company, which facilitates research and manufacturing of pharmaceutical and dermo-cosmetic products, Thalía’s baby news overshadowed all other activities the superstar was involved in. The company also alleges that the singer/actress did not follow through with the press that was promised. Now Genomma Lab wants the singer to return the money they paid her—with interest.
We're not sure how Thalía is reacting to the news, but the star has had an extremely tumultuous year since the death of her mother, Yolanda Miranda. Miranda passed away suddenly in May from heart disease and Thalía has been grieving ever since. The singer has been open about her heartbreak, often posting her feelings on social media site Twitter. We hope the news of the lawsuit doesn't bring her down any more, especially when she has a newborn baby boy to take care of.