Video| Marcelo Corazza broke the silence after his release: “I had a very bad time”

After facing 13 days in detention and a case that links him to the corruption of minors, Marcelo Corazza was released this Monday. This was ruled by the investigating judge Javier Sánchez Sarmiento, who considered the lack of merit to prosecute or dismiss the former winner of Big Brother.

Minutes after being released, Corazza arrived at the house where he had been detained two weeks ago. Without stopping, he repeated to the press that he was waiting for him: “I’m innocent. I can’t talk anymore for now”.

I had a very bad time”, the suspended producer of Telefe had added at the beginning, referring to his state of detention.

At the insistence of the chroniclers, he remarked: “I don’t know what I’m going to do now… I don’t wish what happened to me on anyone”. Immediately afterwards, he turned around and secluded himself inside his home.

At his home in Tigre, the producer was received by his sisters and nephews, who avoided making statements to the media when they arrived at the scene.

In addition to the release, the former Big Brother was seized in two million pesos and will continue to be investigated under the file.

The rest of the defendants are Francisco Angelotti, who is believed to be the leader of the gang, Andrés Charpenet and Raúl Ignacio Mermet. All of them were prosecuted for sexual abuse and child exploitation and, unlike Corazza, they will continue to be detained.

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