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Influencer and actuality star Gabby Castillo arrested on gang expenses

Clearly, not every thing on-line displays actuality.

Particularly for influencer Gaby Castillo, 26, who was arrested for being a suspected member of the Union Tepito gang.

However you wouldn’t have identified simply by her on-line content material, which options her fitness center selfies and bikini-clad snaps.

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Influencer Gaby Castillo was arrested for affiliation with a legal group this week.

Pink-haired Castillo, who boasts 763,000 Instagram followers, was arrested on drug offenses and fraud related to buying luxurious automobiles, per Spanish information outlet El Common.

The truth star, who was within the means of launching a singing profession below the title Briela Sanz, was apprehended — whereas touring in fashion in a luxurious, black pickup truck in possession of 1 million Mexican pesos (practically $49,000) — in Mexico Metropolis on Monday.

She was accompanied by Jose Hareff Soto Jimenez, 35, whose Los Soto household is suspected of stealing and reselling luxurious automobiles.

Gaby Castillo arrested
The social media influencer, with a big following, was apprehended in Mexico Metropolis.
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Drugs seized
Officers found drug paraphernalia in Castillo’s car.
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And to make issues worse, the police additionally found lots of of packages containing medication that they believe to be cocaine and marijuana — in addition to a firearm — within the car, which was bought with a pretend test in December.

Along with the opposite offenses, Castillo is being investigated for taking compromising pictures of shoppers used to blackmail them for cash.

Gaby Castillo
Castillo has been romantically linked to quite a few males concerned in legal exercise, together with the suspected chief of Union Tepito.
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She has additionally been romantically linked to the supposed head of Union Tepito, Oscar Andres Flores Ramirez (also referred to as El Lunares), who’s at the moment in jail for homicide, organized crime and promoting medication, racking up a 20-year sentence.

The investigation is ongoing.

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