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“It wasn’t my fault”: Julio César Chávez spoke about the alleged relapse of Rafael Amaya


In December 2020, Rafael Amaya reappeared before the public to reveal that he was in the process of detoxification (Photo: Instagram by Julio César Chávez)

It was a few days ago when a recording was released where Rafael Amaya appears in the middle of the night looking disheveled and exalted; as it became known, the actor argued at the time he was caught that someone was allegedly “chasing” him, for which he was seeking to contact the authorities by telephone.

The event happened in Tijuana and in the clip elements of the local police can be seen approaching to provide help to a disoriented Rafael, who a driver also helped because “He saw it altered” and running against the flow of vehicular traffic.

This recording gave something to talk about, and different voices even assured that the famous “Aurelio Casillas” from The Lord of the heavens would have presented a psychotic picture of delusion of persecution, because the actor could not verify the alleged siege that he denounced. This mishap also unleashed the versions that Amaya would have allegedly relapsed into the consumption of narcotics, or that said episode would have been due to a sequel derived from the addiction in which the actor declared to have fallen and on which he faced the media by the end of 2020 after more than two years of staying out of the public eye.

A few days ago Amaya was seen disoriented and the victim of a panic attack, the actor allegedly suffered a psychotic picture (Photo: TV Notes - screenshot)
A few days ago Amaya was seen disoriented and the victim of a panic attack, the actor allegedly suffered a psychotic picture (Photo: TV Notes – screenshot)

And it is that Amaya said that she had spent her darkest hours in the period after having starred in the hit narcoserie, and even his relatives declared that the actor “had already been eaten by his character”, based on the famous drug trafficker Amado Carrillo.

Now it was Julio César Chávez, who gave support to the actor of the series of Telemundo at his Baja Sol rehabilitation clinic, which He spoke about his friend’s case, hinting that the actor had stopped attending the sessions therapy in the support center.

And it is that the clinics of the former Sonoran boxer were also the subject of bickering, as some questioned their effectiveness specifically in the case of Amaya, who allegedly had relapsed into consumption.

Julio César Chávez assured that people seeking rehabilitation must gather their willpower and continue attending therapy sessions (Photo: Cuartoscuro)
Julio César Chávez assured that people seeking rehabilitation must gather their willpower and continue attending therapy sessions (Photo: Cuartoscuro)

In a meeting with the media, Julio César Chávez spoke about his experience with the organization he runs:

I have helped many artists, footballers and boxers from all walks of life. Most are saved, but I am not sure that the person you mentioned has relapsed because I have not seen him. I love Rafael very much, we are very good friends and I do not know that he has relapsed, but if there are some videos there, that is no longer my fault

The 58-year-old former boxer stressed that the paramount in the case of a successful rehabilitation depends on the level of commitment of the person involved and their willpower to stick to the detoxification processes.

Julio César stressed that he continues to support various celebrities, and did not reveal their identities because, according to what he says, he does not need promotion.

I continue to help many people and I will continue to help as long as I have life. I do not want to say names because I do not promote or advertise anyone, I do not need it, thank God. That person who is in a recovery clinic and leaves a process and relapses, it is because they do not return to their meetings
It has transpired that the actor "believed his character," the drug trafficker Aurelio Casillas, inspired by Amado Carrillo (Photo: Instagram @rafaelamayanunez)
It has transpired that the actor “believed his character,” the drug trafficker Aurelio Casillas, inspired by Amado Carrillo (Photo: Instagram @rafaelamayanunez)

The boxer stressed that the purpose of his rehabilitation centers is help addicts to redirect their lives by sharing their experiences that the famous athlete has already gone through, who after his boxing career also “hit rock bottom” in the field of addictions.

I don’t need publicity from anyone. Fortunately, thank God, I have already earned my place. The most important thing is to help people who want to recover from any addiction. That is why I set up the clinics to commit myself and commit myself to society.

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