Before today, Inés Gómez Mont was most likely best-noted for a stunt she pulled in a press conference in 2008 in front of Super Bowl XLII. Being employed as a sideline reporter for TV Azteca, Inés used a complete wedding gown to some press conference. In the center of an audience of four,000 reporters she screamed “Brady! Brady!” until Colonial quarterback Tom Brady could not ignore her any longer. She then used the primary press conference microphone beg Tom to marry her.
As you may imagine, Tom nicely performed together with her stunt then declined her proposal. Ever the category guy, in the rejection Tom stated:
“You are beautiful and then any man who’d possess the chance to marry you’d be a lucky man.”
Here is a photo of Inés from that veryday:
Ines Gomez Mont on the move(Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
Therefore the not so good news is she did not reach marry Tom Brady.
The good thing is Tom’s conjecture came true! And not simply once, Two times!
That exact same year from the Super Bowl stunt, Inés married a guy named Javier Diaz. Regrettably that marriage led to 2013.
In 2015 Inés married an attorney named Victor Alvarez Puga.
Regrettably, Inés is making some global headlines again today and never for any harmless little press conference stunt. And Victor can also be potentially involved.
People.com was the first one to report earlier today that Inés and Victor are generally on the move from Mexican government bodies right now. Their crime? They allegedly embezzled some cash in the Mexican Secretary of state for the inside. How much cash did they allegedly embezzle? A few 1000 dollars? Maybe $150,000? Actually…
Government bodies are alleging that between 2016 and 2017 Inés and Victor used 1,500 covering corporations to embezzle nearly 3 billion pesos from Mexico’s Secretary of state for the inside.
The Mexican form of the FBI, referred to as SEIDO (La Subprocuraduría Especializada en Investigación de Delincuencia Organizada) has reported it believes the pair continues to be living outdoors of Mexico for many several weeks and so are serving as fugitives.
Based on local reports, on September 10 a federal judge in Mexico issued a warrant for that arrest of Inés and Victor. Following suit, the Mexican Attorney General’s Office requested that Interpol issue a “red notice” around the couple. Also referred to as a “locate and capture notice,” this could allow global police force and border control agents to trace and arrest the pair when they appear in public places.
The pair are apparently facing money washing charges that could carry sentences varying from 20 to six decades imprisonment, based on Animal Pólitico.