In the midst of a family conflict over her ex-husband’s inheritance Daniel Guerrero, Zulma Faiad spoke for the first time on this topic in in the afternoon (America, 3.45 pm), the cycle conducted by Karina Mazzocco. Confronting her daughter Daniela, the actress gave her version of the facts and then Daniela herself denied her claims on the air.
The actor and TV host Daniel Guerrero, who died on January 15, 2022 due to the coronavirus, had two daughters, Eleonora and Daniela, the fruit of his marriage to Zulma Faiad. According to what was reported by the media, he would have left, with the presumed consent of Zulma, a handwritten will in which Eleonora would be more favored than Daniela.
A few days ago, Daniela declared herself in the afternoon: “There is no bond possible when a mother divides and controls everything. My mother is a destructive person, she behaves like this and divides her daughters. I love my sister, but right now what I feel is a lot of sadness and I can’t speak objectively because I don’t think her head is right.
Yesterday, Thursday, the program reporter approached Zulma Faiad when she arrived at her house with a friend and managed to get her to express herself on camera, although when she first saw them she said: “No , Guys, I don’t want to talk”.
“Did Daniela bother you?” the mover insisted. AND Zulma reacted with irony: “Am I kidding?! NO, It didn’t hit me at all, because I’m an iron womanI’m tough, I don’t mind at all.”
When asked if she was betting on a reconciliation between her two daughters, Daniela and Eleonora, the actress was cautious: “They decide this, one is 47 and the other 48”.
Immediately, Faiad denied Daniela’s statements, who accused her of never having loved her and having kicked her out of the house when she was just 16 years old. “I love her, if I gave birth to her, she is my daughter,” said the actress. I don’t know what Daniela says, let her take charge”.
When asked if Daniel’s claim to his father’s inheritance is fair, he replied: “That’s life, it’s very painful. It’s one of lime and the other of sand. I don’t understand why, but I’ll respect my nephews.
“never been kicked out of the house Zulma refuted her daughter’s arguments. We had shared the property with the fatherand the father asked me to go and live with him for a while, he didn’t kick her out of the house”.
“And why does he put himself in that rebellious role?” the reporter wanted to know. “That role of victim is nice,” answered Faiad. The victim role is beautiful. They line up to make fun of you. What are? Guys, I’m a human being. I sleep peacefully”. Zulma Faiad then underlined that, in any case, Daniela “is my daughter and I will continue to love her until the last second of my life”.
“If Daniel saw this, what would he say?” the reporter asked. “Poor Daniel, leave him alone. A kiss to the sky”Zulma simply said.
Daniela, on her mother Zulma Faiad: “I know she doesn’t love me, because she proved it to me and always told me so”
Subsequently, in Karina Mazzocco’s cycle, Daniela, the daughter of Zulma Faiad, was broadcast by telephonethat he had listened to his mother’s statements.
“All of this is very sad. I don’t want to disrespect her because she, despite everything, she is my mother, but, of course, she threw me out », she insisted on her position. I worked as a girl and they came looking for me to ask. She kicked me out without a purse and I went to a friend’s. Then I went to live with my father.”
When they pointed out that her mother had said in the interview that she loves her and will continue to love her, Daniela remained implacable in her position: “This is not love,” she said. I think she says that because she has a camera in front of her. If she was in front of me, she wouldn’t tell me.”
Lapidary, he continued: “She is neither a warm nor a nice woman. I I know he doesn’t love me because he proved it to me and always told me so. However, that’s not even something that matters to me; Today it doesn’t concern me anymore.”
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.