According to Mexican journalist Gaby Elizalde, Sara Carbonero prevented her from interviewing Iker! For those that don’t have time to read further, just google her and you’ll see why. For everyone else, here’s her explanation. Iker was being interviewed by many journalists in a hotel suite, and…
This has been proven to be false and the women has deleted her tweets because Sara co workers told her to be respectful to your fellow reporters.
Organizers deny that Casillas was granted an interview Elizalde
The ‘soap opera’ for an alleged fit of jealousy by journalist Sara Carbonero with his ‘colleague’ Mexican, Gabriela Elizalde, change the plot at times. The latest twist in the script they have given the organizers of the visit of Real Madrid goalkeeper, Iker Casillas-boyfriend-Carbonero the Aztec country, who have said they never negotiated a meeting between Elizabeth and the keeper.
This version contradicts the argument put forward so far by Elizalde, a reporter for Fox Sports, which said the interview was to maintain Casillas was canceled for alleged jealousy of the Spanish player’s partner.
“The people (press) Iker was talking to me and I said to my boss that I was going to give the interview,” said the journalist. Speaking to EFE, Elizalde said Mariano Verdeja, a communications agency in Mexico, and the person who negotiated the interview with Casillas the same day as the Madrid International Real-seminar course offered a football to children.
Elizalde said that people Casillas made her wait in the hotel to finally cancel the alleged interview. Later, he added, Verdeja sent a message to your mobile phone in which he asserted that the conversation was canceled by the jealousy of the bride of Casillas, the Spanish journalist Sara Carbonero.
Verdeja did talk with Elizabeth and that after receiving your request for an interview, said he would call if possible, but never confirmed the appointment, so she came to the hotel without an invitation.
The interview of the Spanish goalkeeper was completed as planned and Casillas handed it to the driver of Fox Sports, Raul Orvananos, they said.