However, a civil lawsuit filed against the SBS executive by singer/former girlfriend Katherine Alexander is ongoing.
No criminal charges will be filed against prominent Latin radio executive Jesus Salas in a case that saw his former girlfriend, aspiring singer Katherine Alexander, accuse him of rape and gun threats. According to court documents obtained by Billboard and dated November 12, 2014, a Miami State Attorney cited lack of evidence, delayed disclosure and "copious amounts of evidence supporting [Salas'] account of events" to conclude that "the State would not be able to satisfy its burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt."
According to the suit, the two met in November 2012, began a relationship and lived together for several months. Although Salas asserted he had never entered into a management contract with Alexander, he helped lead a campaign that saw the singer's first single, "Put It in a Kiss," spend three weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Airplay chart in January 2014.