Although the presenter calls herself “innocent” and “unaware” of the crimes she is accused of, she and her husband bought the mansion for $ 280 million pesos.
Víctor Manuel Álvarez Puga and his wife, TV presenter Inés Gómez-Mont, acquired the Miami Beach mansion that belonged to American singer and actress Cher.
The mansion is located at 64 La Gorce Circle, in the exclusive community of La Gorce Island, in Miami Beach, Florida, it was acquired for US $ 14 million in 2017, and sold in December 2020 for US $ 17 million, using name tags , as revealed by Animal Político.
Public records from the state of Florida that confirm that Álvarez Puga and Gómez-Mont acquired this emblematic mansion.
The couple has an arrest warrant in Mexico and a red card in Interpol.
The crimes for which they persecute the accused, in addition to Gómez Mont’s brother-in-law, Alejandro Álvarez Puga, are embezzlement, operations with resources of illicit origin and organized crime, and the penalties could range from 20 to 60 years in prison.