The controversial model and dancer participated in a section of the Venga la Alegría program
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During she had to undergo several surgeries to avoid being recognized because she was even attacked in the street (Photo: Instagram @ paolapink1)
Paola Durante is one of the most controversial figures in the recent history of Mexican television. The aide-de-camp was identified and investigated by the authorities as one of those involved in the murder case of Paco Stanley , the comedian who was murdered outside the famous restaurant “El Charco de las Ranas” on July 7, 1999.
And it is that the Uruguayan model now reappeared on television and was featured on the morning show Venga La Alegría , which caused the astonishment of many followers of the program. During she spent two years in prison while being investigated.
The morning program invited the also model to participate in the contest called “Duel of imitators” and one of the causes of astonishment was her change in physique due to the numerous surgeries she performed. Paola said she was forced to change her face through surgical procedures in order to avoid being recognized because she had even been attacked by many people on the street, who rebuked her for what she had experienced with Paco Stanley.
The actress was part of Paco Stanley's work team and was accused of being a participant in the murder but was later found not guilty when the investigations advanced (Photo: Instagram @ paolapink1)
Upon her release from prison, the actress faced the worst possible scenario since she did not have a job and had to suffer the stigma of being accused by society as one of those responsible for the crime. The press did not help either, so she had to work as a dancer in some nightclubs in order to meet her needs and those of her daughter, who was then 5 years old.
When the situation improved a little, she was able to continue working on television but now on the production side , she tried to go unnoticed. He also continued to maintain his statuesque figure.
It was then that he decided to capture everything in a book that he entitled “It's not pink” where he explained how his experiences with the deceased driver were , as well as his experience of his time in prison.
Paco Stanley was one of the most controversial comedians on Mexican television, since some versions argued that he was involved with a drug trafficking group that was in charge of supplying drugs on the most important television stations in the country, specifically with the Colima cartel, a lthough it could never clarify or links or the murder of the actor.
Gallinazo: Paco Stanley, Mario Bezares and a suspicious package
One of the most memorable episodes is when the popular co-host Mario Bezares , who worked closely with Paco, did his popular segment of “Gallinazo”, where he danced in front of the cameras with an intense rhythm, within the same show, Stanley yelled at Bezares “Ground!” to which the actor was thrown without stopping dancing.
During one of those episodes, Bezares had a package with a substance very similar to cocaine come out of his pocket , when he got up he realized it and bent to pick up the package, while Paco himself saw him smiling. All of this happened in front of the cameras and on a live show.
After he lifted the bag, Bezares kept dancing to keep the show going; however, he stopped abruptly after a while and in front of the main camera he said to Stanley the following: “It's just that I was falling, sir” and immediately handed him the bag, to which Paco smiled and gave it to him. keep in pocket. Paco shouted “Gallinazo” again and Mario Bezares returned to his act of dancing in front of the cameras.
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