JotaPe Hernández would sue Isabel Zuleta for a photo that went viral in which she appears sleeping

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Until now, neither Senator Isabel Cristina Zuleta nor her team have ruled on this case

JotaPe Hernández would sue Isabel Zuleta for a photo that went viral in which she appears sleeping

For now it is known that the senator's legal team is evaluating the legal measures to be taken for this case of libel and slander involving officials.. Photo: @JotaPeHernandez

For several days now, a photo on social networks has gone viral in which you can see Senator Jota Pe Hernández, apparently, sleeping. Said photo was replicated by news portals and the media.

Today, Tuesday, November 22, the congressman published a video with which he would prove that in He did not sleep at any time during the September 13 session.Jota Pe, in the video of more than three minutes, warns: “The photo was taken maliciously at the exact moment I bend down to answer a phone call.”

Hours before publishing the video, the senator from Alianza Verde warned on his Twitter account that he would show that at no time was he sleeping in the Congress of the Republic. In addition, he pointed out that Senator Isabel Cristina Zuleta was responsible for disclosing the photograph.

“Today we reveal the evidence of how 2 Advisors from the UTL of Isabel Zuleta entered the plenary session of the Senate to take a photo of me that they later used in networks and the media to slander me, in the following video link they find the evidence,” he wrote in his account on Twitter.

Since September 13, a photo of Senator Jota Pe Hernandez was published on social networks, accusing him of sleeping during a plenary session of the Senate. This photo was replicated by news portals and the media.

According to what was reported by the senator and what was seen in the videos of the security cameras of the Congress of the Republic, it could be verified that Jota Pe Hernández crouched down to answer a question call he received on his cell phone.

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Likewise, the videos made it possible to show the way in which two people take the photo from the bars of the Senate. Upon identifying these two people, they turned out to be Alberto Gómez Martin and Simón Gomez Azza advisors members of the Legislative Work Unit (UTL) of the senator of the Historical Pact, Isabel Cristina Zuleta,

< p class="paragraph">“The same one that likes to burn politicians who think differently from her”, said Senator JotaPe, referring to the controversial statement made by his colleague acknowledging that he had “burned” the candidate presidential Sergio Fajardo.

Finally, Senator Jota Pe emphasized that:

“These subjects, who should be working, building bills for the benefit of the country, corresponding to the 11 million pesos per month that they Congress pays, but no, they are here taking photos that they later take out of context on social networks and the media to slander and insult those of us who are working here.” E

For now it is known that the senator's legal team is evaluating the legal measures to be taken for this case of libel and slander involving officials.

Until Now, Senator Isabel Cristina Zuleta has not ruled on this case, nor has her work team.

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Once Jota Pe Hernández shared the video, the social networks turned against the senator of the Historical Pact.

“He also wants to burn jota pe se it is becoming a nuisance to this government and its congressmen”, wrote the user Luigui Blanco.

For his part, Jefferson Gutiérrez wrote: Mrs. @ISAZULETA is useless, nor is she a montage works out for him. Jota Pe is far from being to my liking, but that's not how she should be debated. What disgusting people”:

Rosita Uribe was not far behind and commented: “I believe you @JotaPeHernandez that quemona is a social danger”.

JotaPe Hernández would sue Isabel Zuleta for a photo that went viral in which she appears sleeping