New York, NY–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–March 1, 2006–In an exclusive interview for People en Español’s April issue, the most popular Hispanic TV anchor, María Celeste Arrarás, speaks in detail about the constant betrayals she’s suffered – first in her love life by her husband of 10 years, then in financial matters by her assistant and best friend.
“Time heals all wounds, and I decided to focus on the positive aspects,” María Celeste Arrarás told People en Español in a recent interview. Months after her ex-husband left her for another woman, the host of NBC/Telemundo’s top rated program, Al Rojo Vivo, put all her personal and financial trust in someone she thought had her best interests in mind, her assistant and best friend, Nancy López. At that point, Arrarás had no idea López had used her personal credit cards and bank accounts to steal more than $270,000.
Ultimately López pleaded guilty and was released after agreeing to return the stolen money. But for Arrarás, the crime was greater, and she confesses that for her, the betrayal was so dramatic that she never mourned the loss of her friend.
These days, the talented journalist confesses she is more careful in choosing whom to trust. She has, however, once again enjoyed being in love and has been able to reestablish a good relationship with her ex-husband. “In this part of my life, I’ve been able to say ‘I’ll start with a clean slate,’” she adds.
All this and much more in the April issue of People en Español.
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