Cristóbaldo Cisneros Sr., the former boss of one of the biggest television networks in Latin America, is a mother in legal limbo.
The 45-year-old’s mother, Angelica Cisnero, sued Cristóbol in 2010 and has not seen her son since.
“My son has been a good, loyal and loyal member of our family,” Cisneris son said in a statement to the Associated Press.
“I am deeply disappointed in the decisions of the Spanish government to hold him in prison for six months.
He is an important member of the family and has always been an inspiration to me.”
Cisneros said she hopes to get her son out of prison, saying the situation in Spain is far worse than the U.S.
When Cristóboro was arrested in January, he was already serving six years in prison after being found guilty of murdering a young woman in his native Spain in 2011.
In her lawsuit, Cisneroes mother said her son was in Spain for the sole purpose of selling her the television rights to the family television station, El Mundo.
She told the AP that Cristóbel had been in the country for a couple of years before his arrest.
“He came here for the television show.
He had no connection with us,” Cancigos mother said.
“He sold us the rights to sell the television network.
I never saw him again.”
Cristóboros’ father, a former president of the Madrid Chamber of Commerce, said his son was a good businessman and a devoted father.
“I hope Cristóblo will return to his mother and get her a job,” he told the Associated the day after the arrest.