Frida Sofía, the daughter of Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán, has told thatthe reasons that led her to a prison in Miami, United States.

As revealed, they were due to the fact that the manager of a restaurant accused her of stealing a bottle of water, and thus expelled from the place abruptly, causing an altercation in which the police had to intervene.

“The truth was simple… the manager of the Joia (restaurant) did not like me, they wanted to take me out and they took me out, but they took me out very ugly,” he said.

He added: “The wounds and bruises were not made by police officers, they were made by the Joia security guards, and they said it was because I had stolen a bottle of water,” explained the young woman, while showing for the program ” El Gordo y la Flaca” from Univisión, the injuries to her arms due to the struggle she suffered while she was banished from said restaurant.

Alejandra Guzmán’s daughter went to the “Joia” building, where the person in charge supposedly did not like her, and they accused her of committing robbery and then violently removing him.

The young instagramer was singled out for two charges of disturbing public order and resisting at the time of her arrest, for which she was fined a USD 500 fine on the first charge, and a thousand dollars on the second charge.

+ AP journalistic report

After refusing to voluntarily leave a Miami restaurant, Frida Sofía Guzmán Pinal spent more than 20 hours in detention and was released after posting bail, according to authorities documents. The daughter of the Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán now faces two accusations in the criminal courts of South Florida.

Guzmán is charged with disorderly conduct and nonviolent resisting a police officer, according to the county criminal courts’ online court file.

Mckasey Huggins, on behalf of a bail bond company called Huggins on Call Bail Bonds, paid $1,000 Monday night to get Guzman released, the Miami-Dade County Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told the AP on Tuesday.

Guzman, 29, was arrested Sunday night at the Joia Beach restaurant, located on a small island with a bridge connecting the city of Miami with Miami Beach.

“We asked a customer to leave after disturbing other customers and refusing to pay her bill,” the restaurant said in a written statement sent to the AP, which did not identify the customer by name. “A police officer who worked that night at the location asked her to leave several times, and when she refused, she was arrested,” the business responded when asked in an email about what happened Sunday night with Guzmán.

According to the story of a security guard that appears in the police report, it was the restaurant manager who asked the young woman to leave the premises, but Guzmán refused to leave and said that no one could force her to leave. do it. The guard called the police, who immediately told Guzmán that he should leave.

“The defendant started screaming and yelling and said ‘you can’t make me go,’” according to the police officer’s account included in the report. “The defendant disrupted the normal operation of the restaurant,” he added. She explained that Guzmán tried to push him away and he backed away and then handcuffed her.

The woman was transferred to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center prison. She entered at 12:09 a.m. Miami time Monday and was released at 8:58 p.m., prison officials told the AP.

The court file does not offer any details about hearings or say who Guzmán’s attorney is. Nor does it offer details of what happened.

The restaurant refused to offer information on whether the young woman was alone or accompanied, nor did it clarify how she had bothered other customers. The company that posted the bail did not immediately return phone messages from the AP.

Jorge Viera, a lawyer who appears in another court case as Guzmán’s legal representative, told the AP that he was not defending her in this case. He also refused to offer details about the other case dating from 2020.

According to the record in that case, Guzmán has a court hearing in county criminal court on February 16. She is charged with assault, but court documents with the details are not publicly available online.

Guzmán pleaded not guilty to those accusations in September 2020.



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