Sabine Moussier born Diana Sabine Moussier July 12, 1966 in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) is a German-born Mexican actress who is best known for her villainous roles in Televisa’s. She starred as the protagonist in Ni contigo ni sin ti.
In 1999, Moussier began dating Rodrigo Santos, and though they moved in together, the couple split in 2002 after two-and-a-half years together. Moussier started a relationship with Chilean businessman Jorge Peralta, and the couple’s daughter, Camila Peralta Moussier, was born on July 15, 2003 in Mexico City. They later welcomed their son, Paulo Peralta Moussier, on July 3, 2006. Moussier and Peralta subsequently split in January 2008, publicly announcing their separation a month later on February 19.
Although Moussier often referred to Peralta as her husband, Peralta himself told gossip magazine TVnotas that the couple was never officially married, because Moussier and Peralta had cohabited for more than five years and had children together. They were required, under the Mexican Constitution, to formally divorce nonetheless.
Shortly after breaking up with Peralta, Moussier began dating a young man named Juan, but they ended their relationship in 2009. In April 2009, Moussier became involved in a public and lengthy war of words with fellow actress Sherlyn, who brought a lawsuit against Moussier’s former partner Peralta, accusing him of defrauding her of MXN$2 million while they were dating. Moussier paid Peralta’s debt herself and then publicly denounced Sherlyn when the younger actress did not immediately drop the charges against Peralta.
Peralta was eventually released from prison on May 14, but Moussier later accused Sherlyn of violating the non-aggression pact that was included in the settlement of the lawsuit and threatened to reveal information that would ruin Sherlyn’s career.
The two actresses eventually came to an understanding following a telephone call and subsequently called a truce. In late 2009, Moussier developed Guillain-Barré syndrome and was forced to alter her shooting schedule on Mi pecado in order to promote her recovery. According to Juan Osorio, Moussier’s illness traveled from her spinal cord to her brain, affecting her ability to remember her lines and causing her such pain that doctors were forced to put her under sedation. Additionally, he claimed that Moussier might be left paralyzed as a result of the illness.
As a result of her worsening health, Moussier was forced to leave the cast of Mi pecado shortly before the completion of filming. Moussier announced in late November 2009 that her health was improving and that she would not be left paralyzed, although she stressed that Guillain-Barré “is an illness that takes months [from which to recover]”.
Although she had recovered from Guillain-Barré by March 2010, her health has been further complicated by a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome.