Anabel Hernández maintains what is written about Galilea Montijo and her links with the narco

Anabel Hernández maintains what she wrote about Galilea Montijo and other celebrities in her book “Emma y las Otras Señoras del Narco” (“Emma and the other ladies of the narco”.) – Photo: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images

The name of the journalist Anabel Hernández is on everyone’s lips for her most recent book entitled “Emma y las Otras Señoras del Narco”.

There she narrates how the traffickers who, we quote, “keep Mexico plunged into a bloody spiral of crime and violence,” allegedly maintain relationships with show-business people, and celebrities.

Various actresses, singers and television presenters, famous in Mexico, but not only, are part of the work. Galilea Montijo is allegedly one of them.

It is stated that she had a sentimental relationship with the drug trafficker Arturo Beltrán Leyva, who was killed in a confrontation with the Mexican Navy, and while Galilea asked through a sea of ​​tears in a video that the defamation against him cease, Anabel Hernández assures that she does not intend to change “neither a period nor any comma” of the publication.

“What I have said about her is in the book, it is no more, no less. It is what is in the book, I am not going to increase or remove a comma “, she specified in an interview for the Infobae media outlet.

Worth saying that not only Galilea Montijo is mentioned, but also Alicia Machado, Arleth Terán, Lucha Villa, Issabella Camil, Ninel Conde, Joan Sebastian, Andrés García, Sergio Mayer, among others.

“I am responsible for what is written in there because what is written is not defamation. I do not know what other people may or may not say or what other people have said or may say, that is not under my control, I cannot be held responsible for what others say,” she said.

After revealing the relationship with the narco, the ‘Hoy’ host not only denied the allegations against her, she also mentioned that she will take legal action against whoever is responsible for the damage to her image and her family.

According to the renowned journalist, former collaborators of Beltrán Leyva were the ones who confirmed the “private” meetings between Montijo and the “capo”.

On the other hand, Anabel Hernández also stressed that she does not pretend to be a judge of the celebrities mentioned in her book, but rather to understand the phenomenon of women in drug trafficking.

The book written by journalist Anabel Hernández went on sale on November 30; furthermore, it will be presented at the Guadalajara International Book Fair on December 4.

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