The Mexican actress Kate del Castillo, star of the series "The Queen of the South", returned today to his country to three years of forced absence to be related to the Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman, whom he interviewed in October 2015
"I'm nervous and very excited to be here, I get tears of emotion," were the first words of Castillo at a press conference on the 51st floor of one of the tallest buildings in Mexico City.
"I come directly from the airport." Excited and happy, I made this conference to thank you for your support, "added the interpreter of the series" Ingobernable ", before more than 150 media that attended the conference.
Castillo read a statement and was accompanied during the conference by three of her lawyers, who advised her on her answers and have represented her during this "painful" process.
"If I come to Mexico so far, it is because of the distrust that I and my lawyers have of the previous Mexican government (headed by Enrique Peña Nieto) and I hope that the new government (headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador) will do very well," he said. .
She said that at the time she felt "persecuted" by the authorities of the last administration, who mounted a "media trial" and mentioned "not being interested" in carrying out a film, series or documentary by Guzmán Loera.
The actress said that she sued the Mexican state and expects him to compensate her for the moral damage and her image caused by various accusations and accusations for a figure of approximately 60 million dollars (about 52 million and a half euros).
He recalled that he has not been called to testify in the trial of Chapo Guzmán that is currently taking place in New York for several weeks.
Del Castillo said she was betrayed by the American actor Sean Penn, who apparently was the one who provided information to the authorities in his country to find Guzmán's whereabouts and his subsequent arrest.