Claudia Villafane released the final stubs against Sueño Bendito, a series about Diego Maradona’s life, which producers of Amazon and BTF Media began recording last Monday.
The former wife of Diesa discussed this topic in detail in a telephone conversation with "Crackers" (America), where he said he would be ready to do another series to tell his truth. Dalma's mother and Janinna Maradona are outraged because no one asked her permission to use her name in the above-mentioned series about the life of a football player.
But besides that, indignation also comes because it involves supposed dialogues, which, according to the superior, will contain the scenario of the first chapter. In "Violators" (America), Claudia Villafane was accurate: He explained that Diego Maradona had signed an agreement according to which he could not claim anything that was said or shown in the series.
But she has nothing to do with this contract and, therefore, assured that if the story, which is told, distorts the facts of her biography, she and her lawyer Fernando Burlando consider the possibility of initiating legal proceedings. With reference to the production of "Blessed Dream", Claudia Villafane said: “According to what they said, they are not going to change anyone’s names and are going to leave the real ones.”
In this context, he showed: “I spoke with my lawyer, and they are hardened to earn a lot of money and pay for all the decisions that may arise.” “If the things shown are real, you cannot say anything,” Claudia reasoned, “but if you invent, I think it is not good.” In the same vein, Guillermo Coppola, who was talking on his cell phone and agreed to talk to Claudia, said that if the series affected him in any way, he would also take legal action.
All that said Claudia Villafane was for more: He showed that he had already been offered a series with his version of the fact that he lived with Diego Maradona. In the end, he can accept such an offer if he considers it necessary.
As expressed in "Violators"If Blessed Dream distorts their experiences, Claudia Villafanye will respond with another series. “I have to make my story,” he said, “and there I will tell my truth. If in fact what they are doing is not something that fits, or I get dirty, I will tell my truth, and Dalma will undoubtedly play my part. ”