"My life changed on Friday, October 11th." Melissa González Gagliuffi He revealed that he had plans to marry with his boyfriend in late October, but that he had to cancel everything after hitting his car and killing two young men on Javier Prado Avenue, in San Isidro.
In an interview with D-Day, the 32-year-old economist, who broke into a group of workers and ended the lives of Joseph Huashuay and Cristiano Buitrón Aguirre, revealed that their marriage was scheduled for October 26, but that he had to make changes because it was aimed at repair of damage.
Recall that he faces a six-month request for preventive detention against him today. He hopes to continue the process and investigations at large.
"I had a terrible accident that I don't want from anyone and the only thing that matters to me is the way I will try to repair the damage. The pain of relatives is something I will be hard to deal with," he said Melissa Gonzales.
"I'm not a millionaire"
On the other hand, he reiterated that he was going at average speed and that he was the victim of a demolition campaign that had exhausted him.
"There are a lot of Peruvians with foreign names, we're a mix. Being a millionaire, I'm not a millionaire at all, they have to prove it, but what I don't understand is why it incites hatred. Imagine being a millionaire, what had that to do with it? ? ' "My life has been devastated since the accident that killed two people and it has nothing to do with my last name, whether I have anything or nothing "He said.