Sylvia Pasquel reveals the real reason why she did not attend Michelle Salas’ wedding

She waited for months for the day when her granddaughter, Michelle Salas, would join her life in marriage with the Venezuelan businessman Danilo Díaz Granados; However, Sylvia Pasquel was the big absentee in the ceremony that even included the bride’s famous father: Luis Miguel.

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An accident in Turkey, where she was vacationing, seemed to be the cause that prevented the actress from accompanying her granddaughter. But now, the same artist offers her version in the live of an important newspaper, about what really happened.

“It was a very difficult experience, especially very sad because it prevented me from going to my granddaughter’s wedding, which was what hurt me the most… They said many very unpleasant things, that they had not invited me to the wedding, that I had not wanted go, well that also made me move away and I didn’t want to know anything about… well, nothing.”expressed the soap opera villain.

According to Pasquel, an emotional downturn was responsible for missing the most anticipated family event. “I was very depressed, very depressed, to the point that I was already throwing in the towel. I didn’t want to know anything anymore, I didn’t even want to return to my career. I was in depression, but I have not taken medication, I am very afraid of medications and even more so when it comes to depression”admitted the actress.

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It was in Spain where Sylvia and Michelle met before returning to Mexico and being surprised, in Acapulco, by Hurricane Otis.

“I thank God and my family, because my daughter and my granddaughters were always here with me, my sisters Rocío, Mary Paz, Ariadne, my brother Rafael, my brother Pepe, everyone was here with me, very present and very supportive, and always worried about me.