Telecinco premiered this Friday, January 14, the docuseries by Julián Muñoz called It’s not time for revenge, it’s time for truth. The former mayor of Marabella began by narrating the beginnings of his idyll with Isabel Pantoja, something that he blamed, paradoxically, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón.
And it is that, the campaign that the politician did together with Ana Belén to promote Madrid was the inspiration that led Muñoz to do the same with Isabel Pantoja in Marbella, something that led to a relationship that, for a long time, took place in privacy, then he was still married to Mayte Zaldívar.
The politician was sorry and embarrassed about it, said it was “little man” and that he felt “the fucking master” for being with both of them and for having seduced a figure as mysterious as Isabel Pantoja. The protagonist of the docuseries recalled that, since he slept with the tonadillera for the first time, he would escape to Cantora whenever he could or meet her in other places in Andalusia.
One of those situations gave rise to one of the artist’s most viral phrases, her iconic “You’re not going to record me anymore!” while he viciously confronted some reporters at the gates of his farm and trampled on their cameras and recording tapes.
the press traced the possible relationship between the singer and the politician, who was precisely in Cantora. Therefore, journalists spent a lot of time behind them. Along these lines, the politician revealed what exactly happened that day. According to what he said, after spending the day in Cantora with his lover, he had to return to Marbella no matter what.
However, the press was still at the door of the farm. This led him to get into the trunk of a car to get out without being noticed by the photographers instead of hiding under a red blanket in the back of the vehicle, as was believed.
The broadcast of the first of the two installments of the program featured a discussion moderated by the communicator Joaquín Prat and with Rosa Villacastín, Juan Luis Galiacho, Ángela Portero, José Manuel Parada and Lalo Álvarez as tertulianos. Also present was Paloma García Pelayo, architect of the docuseries interview.