“I hope for many good things in my life”: Emma Coronel offers her first interview after being released

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Emma Coronel, 31, pleaded guilty to three charges of drug trafficking in the US (Illustration: Infobae México)

Almost a month after Emma Coronel As she left the Long Beach residence where she was serving the end of her sentence, journalist Emily Palmer published the first interview that the wife of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has offered since her release.

In a text for ellePalmer shared a brief tour of the life of Coronel Aispuro based on a conversation with her and meetings with different members of your family.

Some of the ex-beauty queen's dialogues cited by Palmer referred to her desire to change the course of her life and enjoy her daughters, the little ones. Emali Guadalupe and Maria Joaquina who procreated with the boss.

I hope for many good and beautiful things in my life."Coronel confessed to the journalist. “I can't say yet what my plans are because they won't come true later. But [son] many and beautiful.”

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