The actress does not understand why her sister was surprised by the absence of Ortega Cano at the court hearing in which she delivered Rocío Jurado’s private documents: “The plaintiff is me, not my father.”
MADRID, 2 (CHANCE)
Last Friday Rocío Carrasco went to the Alcobendas Courts to deposit Rocío Jurado’s private documents after the demand of her sister, Gloria Camila, to prevent her mother’s intimate writings from being made public in the second part of her docuserie, ‘In the name of Rocío’. More talkative than is usual in her, the ex of Antonio David Flores confessed that she had been “forced” to deliver “something that she never wanted” and, ironically, showed her surprise at the absence of José Ortega Cano in the trial, hinting that it would be the right-hander, and not his sister, who would be behind the legal actions for fear that the artist’s manuscripts could reveal what their relationship was really like.
Some statements to which Gloria Camila reacts sharply now. “I don’t understand why he says that because the plaintiff is me, not my father,” said the actress, responding that if Rocío was surprised not to see Ortega Cano at the trial, “I miss seeing Fidel. Look at it.” .
A forceful reaction with which the Colombian makes clear, once again, her animosity for her sister’s husband, who more than once has been pointed out as the hand in the shade that handles the steps of Rocío Carrasco in the war against his maternal family and to which, surely, Fidel Albiac will not take long to respond.
His statements, in the following video: