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Alejandro del Valle, president of Interjet, is arrested for sexual abuse

Alejandro del Valle, majority shareholder of Interjet and chairman of the airline's board of directors, was arrested by the Mexico City Attorney General's Office for the probable commission of crimes of family violence and sexual abuse, to the detriment of minors. old.

In a file released by the Prosecutor's Office, it was reported that the arrest was made as a follow-up to an investigation by the Coordination of Investigation of Gender Crimes. The arrest was made at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM).

Alejandro del Valle "is presumed innocent and will be treated as such at all stages of the procedure, as long as his responsibility is not declared by a sentence issued by the jurisdictional body," reported the Prosecutor's Office.

This is the second arrest of Del Valle, who last year was arrested for fraud related to financing with Crédito Real, a process in which false information was provided.

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