MACHADO: Sex on a Reality TV show, a Playboy Shoot, Threats to kill a Judge & A Drug Lord Fathered Her Baby, This Chic is Trash


Miss Universe who claims she was ‘fat-shamed’ by Donald Trump seems to be having a fun time in this video. This is precisely the time she claims she was humiliated and fat shamed. Does she look humiliated to you? Alicia Machado  was accused of threatening to kill a judge. She not only threatened to kill a judge she was an accomplice to a MURDER in her native Venezuela. The former Miss Universe at the center of a bitter exchange in Monday’s presidential debate was accused of aiding a would-be murderer and threatening to kill a judge, it has emerged. Alicia Machado was named by Hillary Clinton as having been shamed for her weight in 1996 by Donald Trump, when she was Miss Universe when he bought the beauty contest, when she gained weight. The then-Miss Venezuela was photographed with Trump at a gym .

On Tuesday Machado launched her own attack on the Republican candidate, accusing him of abuse and ‘stupid things.’ But now two Associated Press reports from 1998 have revealed the Machado was accused of aiding an attempted murderer, and threats to kill people in Venezuela.DailyMail.com has asked the Clinton campaign whether they knew about the accusations, before the candidate spoke about her at the debate. The campaign also organized a conference call for reporters on Tuesday with the now 39-year-old actress, in which she spoke almost exclusively in Spanish to continue the attacks on Trump. The troubling details of what Machado was accused of emerged after she had reigned as Miss Universe in 1996.

Miss Universe, Miss Venezuela 1996
Miss Universe, Miss Venezuela 1996

In January 1998, the Associated Press revealed that Machado had been accused in court documents in Cadacras of driving her boyfriend from the scene of a shooting. She was ordered to testify in court, with her lawyer telling a local newspaper that she was in fact filming a soap opera at the time. The murder, it was alleged, was the culmination of a bitter feud. Machado’s boyfriend, Juan Rodriguez Reggeti, was accused of shooting his brother-in-law, Francisco Sbert Moukso – at the funeral of the dead man’s wife, Maria Rodriguez, who was the alleged murderer’s sister.

Sbert’s attorney alleged that Reggeti believed the dead man had driven his sister to suicide and took revenge, the Associated Press said. Rodriguez was eight months pregnant when she jumped to her death off a fifth-floor balcony. The attorney also alleged that witnesses saw Machado drive her boyfriend away from the scene of the crime, and that her boyfriend had snatched the dead woman’s 11-month-old son as well. But her lawyer, Ricardo Koesling, was quoted in a local newspaper calling the claims ‘a huge stupidity’ and saying: ‘She wasn’t even present at the site of the incident.’ Machado was not indicted when the judge in the case said there was insufficient evidence that she was at the scene of the alleged crime.

A judge indicted her boyfriend, described by Reuters as ‘a 26-year-old graphic designer with movie star good looks’ and police mounted a series of raids to find him, to no avail. It was not the end of the affair. A month later the judge went on national television to allege that Machado had threatened to kill him if he indicted Sbert.  Judge Maximiliano Fuenmayor said on national television that she threatened ‘to ruin my career as a judge and … kill me’, the Associated Press reported.

Reuters reported that he ‘said she would make sure, using her friendship with the president [Rafael Caldera], that my career as judge is ruined and then she would kill me.’

He alleged that when he issued an arrest warrant she made a threatening phone call. He had traced her identity because her number showed up on his mobile phone – a relatively new technology in 1998. The judge said he planned to open a new case against Machado. Judges in Venezuela are more akin to prosecutors, having investigatory powers. The indictment, if it had led to criminal trial, would have carried a jail term of up to 18 months if she had been found guilty.

These are the talking points:

  • Alicia Machado, from Venezuela, was Miss Universe in 1996 when Donald Trump bought the franchise for the contest, naturally a fat Ms. Universe can’t start the year parading herself around after gaining 50 lbs. 
  • She was spoken about at Monday night debate by Hillary Clinton who told how Donald Trump had called her ‘Miss Piggy’ because of weight gain, This is a case of he said, she said. No one heard Trump call her any such names.
  • But reports from the time have surfaced which reveal questions over her background in Venezuela
  • Court documents in 1998 revealed she was accused of driving her boyfriend from the scene of a murder attempt at a woman’s funeral
  • A judge also claimed on national television that she threatened his life 
  • Unknown if Clinton campaign vetted Machado,  before the debate and conference call with press on Tuesday which was almost all in Spanish because she can barely speak English.

 

This is the best the Clinton campaign could come up with? Focus has snapped back to Machado’s own past, including a 2006 Mexican Playboy photo shoot that made her the only Miss Universe winner to pose in the buff, and a stint on a Spanish reality TV show where she was shown having sex on camera – while engaged to a Major League Baseball player. More troubling is the story emerging about the paternity of Machado’s daughter Dinorah, born in 2008. Univision reported in 2010 that Gerardo Álvarez-Vázquez, a drug kingpin linked to the infamous Sinaloa cartel, fathered the child.

BABY-DADDY? Machado’s 8-year-old daughter was fathered by drug-trafficking kingpin Gerardo Álvarez-Vázquez – a criminal with a $2 million bounty on his head in California –  according to Mexican news reports that she only disputed after his 2010 arrest


 

This woman has NO CREDIBILITY. I wonder how much the Clinton campaign has paid her, perhaps she just got her passport with a little help from friends in high places. Shes trash.

 

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