MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican Mexican Mexican drug wife, Elaquin “El Chapo” Guzman will appear on the VH1 show “Cartel Crew” along with other family members of drug traffickers who are dealing with legacies who have suspected, the television network said Tuesday.
FILE FILE: Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of Joaquin Guzman, Mexican drug commander called "El Chapo", departing from Brooklyn Federal Courthouse, having sentenced Guzman in the borough of Brooklyn New York, USA, July 17, 2019. REUTERS / Brendan McDermid / File Photo
Emma Coronel, former queen of beauty and mother of Guzman's mother, attended almost every day of her 11-week trial in New York, and drew her attention to her sense of elegant dress. In July, a federal judge sent the prison off for life.
In a video envelope that promotes the show, Coronel, 30, is featured on a luxury yacht bow in white white blocks and sun glasses, next to a table set with champagne tubes. There is a man in dark clothes, who appears to be a guard guard.
VH1 says “Cartel Crew aims to look at how the sons and daughters of the cartel members are tackling their family history.
“These documents follow their journey in trying to live a legit world and make names for themselves outside the drugs world,” says the show's website.
Guzman's name is great on Coronel.
Before being arrested in 2016 and extradited to the United States a year later, Guzman was the world's biggest drug trafficker, launching a tonne of drugs worldwide and breaking out of the highest security prisons in the world. Mexico.
Coronel was watching in February when a jury in a federal court in Brooklyn found guilty of the Cartel Sinaloa guilty of drug smuggling and other criminal charges.
Coronel was not charged with any crimes.
However, a witness to the trial of the leader of the groans pointed out that Coronel played an important role in plotting the 2015 acquisition of Guzman from the Mexican prison and attempted to break it out again after it was recaptured in January.
Reporting by Lizbeth Diaz; Writing with Daina Beth Solomon; Edited by Dave Graham and Leslie Adler
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