Lucia reacts to Isaac's infidelity in 'The Last Temptation': "No man is going to take away my health"

Telecinco issued a new chapter of The last temptation this Wednesday. In it, for the first time an emergency viewing was made, and the reason was the kiss between Isaac Torres and Bela Salem.

Lucia, Torres’s girlfriend until that moment, was surprised by remain impassive before the harsh images that he had to see. On the contrary, Andrea, Patri, Fani and Marina put their hands to their heads, and the latter got emotional. “I have cried but I decidedr ‘I knew it. I’m telling you ‘. I knew that this person is like that and I also defended him tooth and nail, “he explained.

The video confirmed what many warned the young woman from the beginning, because, in addition to the fact that Isaac had already proven not to be a model boyfriend precisely; some like Manuel claimed to have proof that the Catalan had been unfaithful to Lucia already abroad. After seeing the kiss with Bela, the woman from Cádiz confessed that she took for granted that all this information was true.

But it was clear to her that until she saw it with her own eyes, she would neither believe it nor take action on it. So it was. “If I didn’t die for Manuel, I’m not going to die for Isaac. I have learned that I will not lose my health for a man. It hurts? If I care? Shit, “he began.

Staying calm, he voiced his opinion about Bela as well. “Two people have been portrayed here: first he, because he is who was with me, and second she, because it came with evil from the beginning. I feel disappointed. I don’t feel the pain that I felt when Manuel did it to me now. I don’t want to know anything about that person. I don’t even want to see him to say goodbye. He is no longer my partner and I don’t even have to tell him, “he said scornfully.

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