What a scare that Adriana Louvier and Mauricio Barcelata were taken several years ago when they were victims of attempted kidnapping in Mexico City, a time when both were dating.
It was in an interview with the communicator Yordi Rosado where the host of “Venga la Alegría” narrated how he and his former partner lived that experience that, to this day, has marked them.
According to the story of Mauricio Barcelatait was more than 15 years ago when the two were surprised by some assailants who entered the television host’s car, while he and Adriana Louvier they were right there, after a date. Already sitting in the back, the criminals pointed a gun at her, while the soap opera actress was supported by one of the assailants.
Faced with this situation, Barcelata said that he only asked the criminals to let his then girlfriend go and leave with him in the car. The delinquents accepted and when the time came for the driver of “Venga la Alegría” to go to the back, instead of getting on he threw the door and left the place in a hurry.
Adriana Louvier tells how she and Mauricio Barcelata were going to be kidnapped
After this story shared by Mauricio Barcelata In said interview, different media outlets questioned Adriana Louvier about this incident, taking advantage of his visit to the theater to see the debut of Zuria Vega in the play “Siete veces adiós”.
In that place, the 42-year-old actress was intercepted by journalists and reporters who asked about that attempted kidnapping in which she and Barcelata were involved.
In this regard, Louvier only limited himself to saying that it was a terrible experience, but that he was thankful for being well and for having the opportunity to talk about it, even if it is something difficult, in addition to pointing out that he is very sad that it is still happening things like that.
He also made it clear that despite having been a complicated episode, he preferred not to remember it and that leaving the country did not cross his mind at that time, although he admits the fear it caused him.
Data from the Alto al Secuestro civil association, in February 2023 the number of victims of kidnapping in Mexico it was 116, that is, an increase of 45% compared to those reported in January of this year.
Likewise, the organization reveals that of the 116 kidnapping victims that were counted in February 2023, the country’s authorities only counted 24 cases, leaving 79% of the victims out of the statistics.