With a lot of uncertainty, learning and a very good attitude, this is how Pablo Lyle finds himself a few days before his murder trial begins in Miami, Florida, where he has been under house arrest since he got involved in a traffic fight that ended with the death of one of those involved.
Giuseppe Gamba, a great friend of the protagonist of Mirreyes vs Godinez , revealed how their conversations have been since Lyle was imprisoned in the United States.
“I speak on the phone with my friend, I think he is a resilient guy, a guy who fights and he is learning to fight from another place ”, he commented in an interview with Ventaneando .
The actor also explained that his colleague has accepted the reality of his situation and this has allowed him to flow under the circumstances that he faces since March 31, 2019.
“Pablo is fine, he is living the process that at this moment he is having to live, and that is something that gives me great joy, trying to be the best person he can be, which I know is an extraordinary person and that person in which he is going to become and is going to become ”, added Pablo Lyle's great friend.
Giuseppe Gamba highlighted that their profession allows them to adapt to this type of event, and for this reason he does not doubt in the cap acity of the Mexican actor to face this great test.
“He is learning and this is the moment for him. He is waiting and the uncertainty must be immense, fortunately he is an actor and we actors live in uncertainty , so I think that is something that has given him some training, "he said in the interview with the Tv Azteca entertainment program.
Gamba He stated that he has always been very close to Pablo Lyle, and this was evident when the 34-year-old actor had to confront the North American authorities.
“He was staying at my house, we are very friends and when he received the news that he he has to go back to Miami, one of his concerns was the film and it occurred to me to try to make it myself, "he commented.
It was on March 31, 2019 when Lyle's brother-in-law transferred the actor, his wife and two children to the airport of Miami and came across the car of Cuban Juan Ricardo Hernández, 63, who died after a vehicular altercation.
Security camera videos show that Hernández got out of his car at a red light and approached the window of the vehicle in which Lyle was traveling to claim that his path had been blocked.
Lyle's brother-in-law got out of his car and argued with Juan Ricardo, but He returned after seeing that his own vehicle was moving. At that moment Lyle, who was in the passenger seat, got out, ran towards Hernandez and hit him in the face.
The man fell to the ground and Lyle's vehicle drove away. The actor was arrested at the Miami airport a few hours later, when he was preparing to travel to Mexico. He was released on bail.
Hernández died four days later in a hospital from a brain injury caused by trauma.
Lyle has stated that he acted in self-defense because he feared that the Cuban would attack him with a weapon.
Since then, the actor has remained under house arrest in the United States, away from his family that lives in Mexico and unable to venture into any work project because he has no right to leave his confinement.