After three years of legal battles, this Friday February 3rdthe actor Pablo Lyle met his sentence in Miami-Dade County after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for a vehicular incident of 2019.
The actor born in Mazatlan Sinaloa it will happen five years in prison and eight years on probationthis after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for a 2019 vehicle incident against Mr. Juan Hernandez, 63 years old.
Hours before the “Mirreyes vs. Godinez” actor found out about the years he would spend in prison, He apologized with tears in his eyes to the family of Juan Hernández, mentioning that he could feel the pain they were going through and that it is something that will be with him forever.
“His relative lost his life because of something I did, something that will be with me; it’s something that haunts me when I go to sleep at night, and it’s still there when I get up in the morning,” Pablo said.
He also said that he never imagined that something like this could happen and that other people would be drastically affected.
“Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that something like this could happen, that a life would be lost and many other people would be drastically affected, in a matter of seconds, with a single blow.”
Pablo Lyle apologizes to Juan’s wife
Pablo went directly to Juan’s wife to whom he he apologized and said he was sorry for what happened.
“I want to tell Hernández’s wife, Mercedes, from the bottom of my heart that I am sorry. This was nothing against Mr. Hernández, I can say that I have learned from this and I imagine that others have also learned from this.”
��PABLO LYLE APOLOGIZES TO THE FAMILY OF THE MAN HE KILLED��
Hoy #PabloLyle He received a sentence of 5 years in prison and 8 on probation, for involuntary manslaughter.
In 2019 he had a road accident that resulted in the death of a 63-year-old Cuban citizen. pic.twitter.com/SYkC8OZSPI
— Aunt Sandra (@LaTiaSandra_)
February 3, 2023
for his part Ana Araujowife of the actor, took the floor assuring that her husband He is not a violent person and everything that happened with the death of Juan Hernández does not define him as he is. Finally, she said she was proud of Pablo.
“I am very proud of you Pablo, because for many it can be easy to judge an unconscious reaction of a few seconds that does not define you as a person, but not everyone can see what I have seen. I have witnessed your pain, your suffering and your spirit. I’ve always told you, you’re a heart with legs. That’s Pablo,” Ana concluded.
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