‘My only addiction is women’: Four-times married El Chapo reveals he fathered TWENTY THREE children in jailhouse interview before Mexico extradited him to the US
- Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán admitted to Mexican criminologist Mónica Ramírez Cano in 2016 that he was addicted to “women”
- The revelations came to light this week after Ramírez Cano shared a short video clip on Twitter in which she says ‘what have you liked the most Joaquin?’
- Ramírez Cano gained access to El Chapo after he was recaptured by Mexican security forces
- Ramírez Cano said El Chapo also confessed to fathering 23 children
Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán admitted the only addiction he ever suffered from was ‘women’ and that he was the father of 23 children.
The revelations were made during a tell all interview with renown criminologist Mónica Ramírez Cano after Mexican security forces had captured the fugitive co-founder of the Sinaloa Cartel.
Ramírez Cano, who in the past profiled some of Mexico most infamous drug lords, shared a five-second clip of the interview session that was recorded in 2016.
She sat across from El Chapo and asked ‘what have you liked the most Joaquín?’ before the recording came to an abrupt end.
The complete interview session was never uploaded.
Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán sits across from Mexican criminologist Mónica Ramírez Cano during a 2016 interview after the Sinaloa Cartel co-founder was captured by Mexican security forces. El Chapo told Ramírez Cano that he was addicted to ‘women’ and that he was the father of 23 children
Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán is serving a life sentence at a supermax prison in Colorado
Ramírez Cano, who posted the video on social media Monday, said she asked El Chapo ‘what are you addictions?’ to which the jailed drug lord then replied, ‘none, my only addiction are the women.’
The 63-year-old reportedly has been been married four times, the last coming to former beauty queen Emma Coronel, who gave birth to the couple’s twin daughters, now 8.
According to Infobae, Ramírez Cano possesses a ‘normal IQ’ although he proved to be utterly astute in carving out a successful yet illicit career as the mastermind behind a criminal syndicate whose influence stretched out across the globe.
‘He is a respectful person, takes great care of manners, cordial, kind, very reserved, but when you establish trust you can talk with him in an extraordinary way, which allows you to know how his mind operates,’ Ramírez Cano said.
During the interview, El Chapo opened up about how he opposed the kidnapping tactics used by many a cartel, which he considered to be the worst crime that could be committed.
El Chapo (photographed on January 29, 2017) appealed his life sentence last Friday. His lawyers argued that members of the jury were looking for information about sex abuse allegations against him that were barred from the trial
Guzmán also said that people became drug user because they simply wanted to do it.
El Chapo, who is serving a life sentence at a supermax penitentiary in Colorado, reportedly made $12.6 billion as the cartel’s chief, money which federal New York prosecutors stressed should be turned.
‘He is not a psychopath. He has psychopathic traits and narcissistic traits that are reflected in a need for admiration, to feel unique and special,’ Ramírez Cano said.
‘What he has is a very important strategic capacity. He knows who to put in the right place, who to remove and how to move his pieces, like in a chess game.’
An appeal filed on last Friday argues that a judge made rulings allowing a jury to hear faulty evidence at Guzmán’s trial.
It also cites reports that before reaching a guilty verdict, some jurors sought out news accounts about sex abuse allegations against him that were barred from the trial.
‘Chapo Guzmán’s prosecution was marred by rampant excess and overreach, both governmental and judicial – needless resorts if he was really the kingpin extraordinaire his adversaries insisted,’ Guzmán’s lawyers said in the 245-page appeal, which was presented to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York.