Despite always denying Joaquín Guzmán’s shady dealings, the model ended up behind bars for money laundering, after being released on September 13.
She was Miss Sinaloa, is one of the biggest drug traffickers in the world. A naive 17-year-old girl who accepted the invitation to share the dance floor with a 51-year-old “gentleman.” A story worthy of a Jane Austen novel, with a slightly different setting. Where, instead of the greenery of the British prairies, the darkness of North American cells reigned.
The metaphor is not chosen at random. It was Emma Coronel Aispuro herself who compared her story with Joaquín Guzmán, better known as El Chapo, with a novel by the British author. And it all started on a ranch in 2006.
When the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel approached her, the 17-year-old model could not nod her head. “Of course,” I replied. On the ranches, even those who have a boyfriend need to dance with everyone who invites them,” she said in an interview with the Telemundo channel, her first.
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