Michael Buble defended by wife after accusations of 'abusive behaviour'

Michael Buble’s wife Luisana Lopilato has stepped in to defend the singer after he was accused of ‘abusive behaviour’ in a recent video.

Fans were up in arms after the singer was accused of ‘elbowing’ and ‘grabbing’ Luisana during a video posted to social media recently.

The pair were addressing fans on an Instagram Live and at one stage Michael, 44, appeared to elbow his wife before grabbing her arms and pulling her into an embrace.

While 32-year-old Luisana – who shares three children with Michael – had a smile and didn’t appear to be in distress, fans criticised the crooner’s actions on social media.

With the clip being shared online, one wrote: ‘Plz tell me what you think of this… to all of us is clearly a man being abusive with his wife, the way her grabbed her by the arm… that’s Michael Bublé… [sic].’

Another implored the Argentinean model and actress to ‘run’.

However others dismissed his actions as ‘playful’, with fans coming to the singer’s defense.

Amid the backlash, while Michael – who married Luisana after meeting on the 2009 set of his song Haven’t Met You Yet – is yet to publicly address the claims, Luisana shared a message, insisting she was fine.

Writing in Spanish, she shared earlier this week: ‘I want you to know that I have no doubts who my husband is and I would choose him a thousand times more !! It’s not fair!’

She added people who spread rumours are ‘doing harm and taking advantage of this pandemic’ while also ‘disrespecting’ her family.

Sharing another message this week, the actress released a video, translated by Hola! in which she said: ‘I’ve seen your messages over the weekend and I am very thankful. Thank you for worrying.’

She added: ‘It’s very important that we pay attention to these problems that have been mentioned and that I am lucky not to suffer.

‘But it is important to pay attention to be able to help women that are going through it.’

The couple married in 2011 and share children Noah, five, Elias, three, and Vida, seven months.

In 2016 they were dealt heartache after, at the age of just three, Michael and Lusiana’s eldest son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer.

He’s since recovered and is cancer-free.

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