Days after Emma Coronel, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán’s wife, was released from prison, a video was leaked showing her at an exclusive party at El Farallon Restaurant & Event Center, a favorite place for regional music Mexican bands. On this occasion, Mariel Colon, El Chapo’s lawyer perfomed, since she is also a singer.
Emma Coronel, 34, has just left a penitentiary in Long Beach, California, the Federal Bureau of Prisons reported.
The videos of Emma Coronel at this exclusive party were revealed after the leaking photo of Ovidio Guzmán, El Chapo’s son, during his extradition to the United States. Ovidio faces charges of drug trafficking, money laundering, and other violent crimes, as stated by Liz Sherwood-Randall, White House National Security Advisor.
The leak of images from the party raises the question, did Emma Coronel violate any of the rules established in document 45 of case 1:21-cr-00255-RC of the District of Columbia?
The first rule is that after 72 hours from her release, Emma Coronel must report to the federal office assigned to her in the district in which she is authorized to reside.
Emma Coronel must take note of the dates she must report to the designated office.
If Emma Coronel decides to change her place of residence, she must first receive approval from her supervisor during the duration of her probation. To every question that the authorities ask you, she must answer truthfully.
Without prior notice at any time and day, Emma Coronel will receive a visit from the responsible officer, as well as allow the officer to take any object she sees in the place.
Emma Coronel must have a job that keeps her busy at least 30 hours a week.
Emma Coronel is prohibited from having communication with people involved in any criminal activity, if she does so she must notify it.
If for any reason she is arrested, she must notify the officer in charge of her custody of this situation.
Emma Coronel must not carry or have access to any type of weapon. El Chapo Guzmán’s wife will also not be able to make any type of agreement with any government agency without the approval of the Court.