By James Wilkinson For Dailymail. A celebrated Mexican actress who introduced Sean Penn to drug lord El Chap has spoken out about what she describes as a year-and-a-half long abusive marriage. But the Mexican actress says she was 'broken' for a long time by a bad marriage. But in a new video she says that the marriage was torture and that she suffered abuse at his hands. She claims in the video that she knew something was wrong from the very beginning of their relationship.
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Soap actor Kate del Castillo: from Mexican starlet to drug lord's sweetheart
The last time the world saw notorious drug trafficker Teresa Mendoza, she had narrowly evaded capture by Spanish police, survived a shootout that resulted in the death of her most loyal associate, publicly testified over the narcotrafficking roots of a prominent Mexican politician, then disappeared into the clutches of the U. That was in May of But I never wanted to do a second part.
By Dailymail. She may be best known for arranging a meeting between Sean Penn and Joaquin ' El Chapo ' Guzman which led to the Mexican drug lord's eventual arrest. The stunner shed all clothes as she covered up her nether regions with her hands in the saucy snap which had the caption: 'I'd rather go naked than wear fur. The image had a winter theme as there was superimposed snow falling from the sky and she had on blue make-up including shiny frost by her eye. Her highlighted tresses were worn down flowing over her shoulders as she flashed an icy smile toward the camera. In a behind the scenes video posted by PETA , she opened up about what drew her to the campaign and why she does not wear fur. Kate also discussed how her dog has made her more passionate about animal rights and for campaigning against the use of them for fashion's sake. The Book Of Life star has been an actress for nearly four decades and is best known for he lead role in soap opera aka telenovela Muchachitas in In the Netflix film, the actress describes the Hollywood star seducing her.
Kate del Castillo to return to Mexico for 1st time since El Chapo controversy. Mexican actress Kate del Castillo speaks at a press conference in Miami, Florida, on December 6, Actress Kate del Castillo confirmed Thursday that she will visit Mexico over the Christmas holidays after an absence of more than two years after legal problems she faced over a meeting she had with now-imprisoned drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, known as "El Chapo. The Mexican told EFE that she is excited about visiting her parents and enjoying a few days of rest over the yearend holidays, when she will also spend time at her home in Los Angeles, where she has been ensconced since the controversial meeting she had in with the Mexican drug trafficker, now in prison in New York. The star of "The Queen of the South" said that despite the fact that the legal issues that had faced her in her country have now been resolved, she does not know if she will "be able to enter Mexico without a problem," although she said she was sure that there would be no unforeseen contingencies. Del Castillo said that her decision to return to her homeland was not made because of the change in Mexico's government, now led by leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and she noted that she does not need "a green light from anyone" to enter her own country. Nobody has to do me any favors. I don't need that because I haven't done anything wrong and I don't need the approval of any government," she added. The actress's name came to the fore once again in January when Rolling Stone magazine published an article by actor Sean Penn in which he described a meeting that he and Del Castillo had with the head of the Sinaloa drug cartel in October in northwestern Mexico, when El Chapo was a fugitive from justice. After examining the article, the Mexican Attorney General's Office looked into whether the actress had received money from Guzman, about whom she had wanted to make a film about his life.