Kate del Castillo on Sean Penn: “He’s one of the shortest people I’ve ever met” rmmn | SHOWS

The actress Kate del Castillo, remembered for starring in the successful series ‘The Queen of the South’, was encouraged to speak for the first time about the actor Sean Penn, whom she described as the lowest thing she has ever known, she even said that she has already left her life .

As recalled in 2016, both actors met with drug trafficker Joaquin ‘El Chapo Guzmán’, but Sean Penn published all the details in Rolling Stone magazine and assured that his intermediary to reach him was Kate, which generated a federal investigation in against him by the Mexican authorities.

(Sean Penn) walked out of my life. I never wanted to answer the phone again, I blocked it, of course. I don’t want to know anything about him”, expressed Kate del Castillo bluntly on the radio program Radio Formula and added “This man not only used me as bait, but he put my life at risk in every way”.

The truth gives me infinite laziness. I am not going to waste any more money, nor time, nor effort for these people who are deplorable and who are the lowest people I have ever met, because that is not done to anyone, putting anyone’s life at risk, it is literal life or death”, he added about the actor.

The artist is still in the process of demonstrating that she experienced persecution by the Mexican authorities, who would like to accuse her of crimes of organized crime, operations with resources of illicit origin and cover-up, which harmed her personally and economically.

It has been a very hard and exhausting process; very painful, very painful in every way, but I am going to stand firm because I want to and because I can, and because it is my right… I am going to continue fighting so that, at least, a public apology is asked of me, which I believe It’s what I deserve”, said Kate del Castillo, who is promoting the series ‘The queen of the south 3’.


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