Michelle Sáenz Castro, youngest son of actress Verónica Castro, reveals that the actress is unable to work because he has been suffering from some health problems for a long time.
“We always want to work together, right now My mom is having some health bumps… Since the operation has been dragging on, but it’s going well“, indicated the brother of Cristian Castro during a meeting with various media.
In addition, Sáenz Castro ruled out that the 70-year-old actress, who lives away from television cameras in her mansion in Acapulco, Guerrero, is depressed.
“No, my mom is really fine, they are physical problems, she would love to return as soon as possible, but you have to wait until she feels very well to start a project again”, he stressed.
The truth is that Since 2004, when Verónica Castro suffered an accident while riding an elephant during a television broadcast, her health has never been the same.this despite having undergone surgery.
Nevertheless, The last time he participated in a project was acting in the movie “When I am young”, a tape that was recorded in 2020 and where he shared credits with Natasha Dupeyrón, a young man who assumed the leading role of the story.
Since then, it has been speculated that Verónica Castro’s personality has been affected to the point of remaining estranged from her eldest son Cristian Castro, who to avoid conflicts with her chose to move to Argentina, from where she calls her frequently.
About, Michelle Sáenz describes the accusations as simple rumors of some media.
“My mother is very used to the fact that all her life she will drag gossip, suddenly she will obviously get upset, but she takes it in the best way,” he said.
It should be noted that, Last year, in addition to having a lawsuit with the television host Yolanda Andrade over an alleged romance, Verónica Castro was also involved in a scandal when she was accused of allegedly harassing minors. of age through social networks.
However, the matter was immediately clarified with the support of a law firm that helped the actress take legal action for non-material damage, digital and media violence.
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