Chavez's ex-wife says Venezuelan president is suing her over daughter

President Hugo Chavez's ex-wife said Friday that the Venezuelan leader is suing her in a case involving their 10-year-old daughter. Former first lady Marisabel Rodriguez told The Associated Press in a telephone interview that a court notified her Wednesday of the suit and she is consulting with her lawyers. She declined to give details, saying it is "very delicate." Phone calls to the cell phone of a top Chavez aide went unanswered Friday. But the president has publicly accused Rodriguez in the past of preventing him from seeing their daughter, Rosines, a charge she denies. Until last year, Rodriguez had largely kept out of the spotlight since she and Chavez divorced in 2004. But the former first lady resurfaced last year, urging Venezuelans to vote "no" in a December referendum on constitutional changes that would have let Chavez run for re-election indefinitely.