Telecinco pisses off the audience for what it allows Julián Muñoz de Pantoja to tell

A “serious incurable disease” freed Julián Muñoz from prison in June 2021, but now he stars in a documentary interview on Telecinco entitled ‘It’s not time for revenge, it’s time for truth’, focused on his story with Isabel Pantoja and the ‘Malaya Case’.

It seems that viewers of the Mediaset channel they have not welcomed the project with which Julián Muñoz has broken his silence after his scandal with justice and love with the most famous singer in Spain. An exclusive talk given to Paloma García Pelayo, who has created Producciones Mandarina (‘Mi gitana’, ‘¡Toma salami!’) and who consists of two installments Presented by Joaquín Prat.

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The former mayor of Marbella was sentenced in 2006 to 20 years in prison for being one of the protagonists of the biggest urban planning scandal in our country, but fifteen years later, his weakened state of health (severe polypathology) He made the National Court take him out on the street to continue serving his punishment under parole.

A situation that few viewers understand after seeing him half a year later sitting, apparently in good condition, before the cameras of Telecinco, to also tell well-known episodes lived with Isabel Pantoja. The man from Marbella has delved, above all, into the “spell” with the singer and that, according to narration and justification, led him to such an unfortunate situation that came next against the people of Marbella or his own marriage.

But it has gone further. Julián has expanded in sharing with all details of the intimate conversations that they had when he entered prison, that his first time with Isabel it was in the controversial Guadalpín apartment or the secret plot that he concocted to cheat on your ex wife Maite Zaldivar.

Joaquín Prat, in ‘It’s not time for revenge’. (Media set)

The faithful followers of the singer automatically attacked the network for allowing Muñoz to have such a presence in prime time “whitening” his image when he has not yet finished his sentence for the ‘Malaya Case’. The public has taken out their claws for Pantoja and have begged Telecinco, and, therefore, him, to leave her alone, that, “she has already fulfilled”.

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The social networks have shown their total rejection of the documentary interview due to the victimizing tone that the former mayor seems to show and the crush that this audiovisual piece represents against the singer of ‘Marinero de Luces’: “Telecinco’s thing with Isabel Pantoja is pure and harsh abuse. They keep hurting him with these shows.”


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