Mexico City.- The journalist and host Atala Sarmiento She has tried to be the furthest from the controversy since she left Mexico to live in Spain with her husband, however, she gave up talking after meeting with a former colleague of Selling.
After driving for over a decade Selling next to Pati Chapoy in TV AztecaAtala decided to leave the Ajusco in 2018 after more than 20 years in the company. The presenter went to Televisa almost immediately where he was on the show Intruders until it was canceled.
As is already known, Atala was not on good terms with the company or with his former boss Pati Chapoy, as the latter made it very clear in interviews he gave after his departure, in which he always accused her of “envying” ‘La Choco’ and of being a person who “cannot maintain good relations with other people”.
All these problems apparently would not have affected his relationship with Jimena Pérez, ‘La Choco’, with whom he also worked on the program, since they met not in the Televisa competition, but in Spain, despite the possible displeasure of his former boss on TV Azteca.
In 2019, ‘La Choco’ announced his departure to go live in SpainBecause he needed to attend to a problem that his young son suffers at a neuronal level and give him rehabilitation.
And it is that Atala and ‘La Choco’ were not only companions, but also sisters-in-law. Rafael Sarmiento, the blonde’s brother, is married to Jimena, so they are still connected as a family.
After their visit to Barcelona for the summer (they live in Madrid), they were received as kings by Atala and her husband, David Ródenas after being separated for months by the health contingency.
The family reunion was shared by Rafael on social networks and both celebrated that their families could be together again, and that Atala already took the opportunity to record TikToks with his nephew.
This shows that although Chapoy has not ended on good terms with Atala but with ‘La Choco’ (whom he says he admires), the latter will continue to have a very cordial treatment with her sister-in-law as they will always be family, regardless of labor conflicts.
Source: Instagram @rafasarmiento