In a recent broadcast of the República Z streaming cycle, Gastón Trezeget dropped an alleged theory that would link Sabrina Cortez from Big Brother (Telefe) with “VIP prostitution.” This information did not sit well with her family and in the middle of the broadcast of the program hosted by Diego Poggi, the model's mother contacted the production to drop her lethal defense against her former little brother.
Marina, the name of the participant's parent, explained: “Today we received a video that I had not really seen, in which Gastón Trezeguet claims that my daughter is a prostitute.” And she added: “I don't mess with anyone's life. “I'm not interested in anyone's life, but I'm not going to allow anyone to interfere with my daughter's private life either, especially when she can't defend herself.”
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Faced with the silence of Poggi and the rest of the panelists who were listening very carefully to her words, the woman continued defending her daughter on the air: “So either they will give the evidence she has to say what she said, because it is not that she commented on it.” . He said that they say 'Just like Cata told you, this is true. Sabrina is a VIP prostitute.' And she said it in English, but I tell you in Spanish.”
Sabrina Cortéz's mother, Marina, spoke with Diego Poggi and denied Gastón Trezeget's theory about her daughter. (Photo: Instagram / cortezsabri. Capture Instagram)
To close, Marina was categorical and stated: “I respect all opinions about the game, my daughter's exhibition and everything else. The truth is that I wait either for proof or for public apologies, because it is very serious and it affected me terribly.”
Gastón Trezeget's response to Sabrina Cortez's mother
The public complaint by Sabrina Cortez's mother from Big Brother reached the ears of the producer and he decided to speak out through his X account (Twitter).
In order to clarify what happened, the former Big Brother uploaded a cut of the transmission where he refers to the rumor about the model and her supposed work as an escort. To accompany it, he wrote a message to state that he was not the one who originated the rumor: “Stop inventing, I never said that Sabrina is an escort, always listen and see the original extract first.”
(Photo: Twitter Capture / Gastón Trezeget)
Gastón then wrote another text to explain a little about the context in which his comments about the participant came to light: “I read a comment from the chat and answered no, it was just a Twitter theory.” And, bluntly, he concluded: “I hope that the same people who invented this at least apologize.”