After the news that a federal judge did not want to deal with the nationalization of Catherine Fulop (54) for his words about the Jewish community and the Holocaust, the Venezuelan actress broke the silence and he apologized for his unhappy words.
"Why do you think Hitler survived because he did it himself?" No, because in the Jews were the worst (sic), the most torturing in the concentration camps, the trolls were the Jews who tortured their own The same thing happens in Venezuela, Fulop said during an interview for Radio Miter two months ago.
"I am so confused. You see that the judge already sentenced me for something that justice has not condemned me. What to do, I had some bad words that I asked for forgiveness and I will apologize as many times as necessary", began to say now, aware of the judge's decision, the king of Ova Sabatini (54) in dialogue with Tomás Dente.
Catherine Fulop has lived in the country for 26 years. (Instagram)
The actress and television presenter revealed that she went to DAIA and even talked "to the people" and meanwhile announced the head of that delegation to her "who has not had an outbreak".
"How many times have you insulted a loved one without wanting to?" I talked about something else, I talked about Venezuela, what I can say is that I I'm almost 26 years old here in Argentina and the truth is I'm happy"added Cathy with optimism.
Then mother of Oriana and Tiziana Sabatini extended his release sent on We in the morning (The Thirteen, at 9).
"Pity this kind of spot (during your stay in Argentina). Everything has been getting me or raising my Venezuelan flag and defending my country for the violations and for all the horrible things happening there. It seems like there are political interests. It seems like there are people who want to silence me, that it is not appropriate for me to talk about a country with an authoritarian government, "he said.
Then she pointed to the press and said "journalists should know more about who this judge is and how she is already makes a value assessment with something that has nothing to do with the second fact".
Catherine Fulop with the country's flag. (Instagram)
"I will ask for forgiveness as many times as necessary. My wish has always been to be Argentinian, I consider myself Argentinian. But if you don't give it to me, I accept it. I am 26 years old living here, know Argentina and am a good person"he said.
Meanwhile, before he finished that sound, he concluded, "I have two beautiful daughters no one will stop me from continuing my struggle for my country, for my country, for Venezuelan freedom. I hope this is solved and she can understand that all I did was inadvertently. "
When she says, Fulop refers to Judge Martina Forns, who decided not to intervene in the actor's request to get her nationality because of the public statements about "discriminatory and offensive content against the Jewish people".
"Such expressions provoke in the subscribed moral violence to continue to understand in this context, based on serious reasons for decor and delicacy," Forns argued in his defense.