Rafael Amaya “el señor de los cielos”

Fue dado de alta: ¿Superó sus adicciones a la droga y alcohol?

El actor mexicano Rafael Amaya, conocido por su papel en la serie de Telemundo “El señor de los cielos” acaba de haber dado de alta de la clínica en que se encontraba tratando tus adicciones a la droga y al alcohol. Así lo indicó Carlos Appel, director del centro de tratamiento donde el artista se encontraba recluido.

Amaya de 43 años, regresará pasará las navidades junto a su familia, luego de haber estado varios meses hospitalizado.

Appel, quien además es primo del actor, declaró en exclusiva al programa Ventaneando, pero debido a la confidencialidad no pudo revelar el tiempo exacto que estuvo ni el día en que salió. El show informó que su salida tuvo lugar el pasado martes 22 de diciembre.

“Nosotros tenemos firmado un contrato de confidencialidad que no nos permite platicar de ninguno de los pacientes”, explicó Appel. “Es el paciente el que tendría que platicar acerca de su proceso, nosotros no tenemos esa autorización”, prosiguió su primo.

Según el show, el actor podría viajar a Baja California para pasar estos días con sus padres después de 6 meses centrado en su recuperación.

Tal y como reveló en exclusiva a People en Español, perdió su paz interior y el amor a su trabajo y los suyos debido a su adicción al alcohol y las drogas. “Estuve mucho tiempo solo, haciéndole mucho daño a mis seres queridos, a mis amigos, a mis compañeros y al público también”, explicó valiente.

Afortunadamente eso ya quedó atrás y ahora tiene todo un presente y un futuro para recuperar esa tranquilidad que en su día se esfumó. Ganas e ilusión las tiene todas y eso ya es un buen comienzo. La ayuda y el amor de los suyos, entre los que se encuentra el cantante Roberto Tapia, quien impulsó al actor a dar ese paso de buscar ayuda, están siendo la clave para estar fuerte y motivado.

“The Lord Of The Skies”: Rafael Amaya Leaves Rehab And Celebrates Christmas With His Family

Six months after entering rehabilitation, to overcome his addictions to drugs and alcohol, actor Rafael Amaya left the Julio César Chávez clinic to enjoy Christmas with his family.

The remembered protagonist of “The Lord of the Skies” left the center on December 22, since then he has been in the company of his parents in Culiacán (Sinaloa, Mexico) where he will also celebrate the festivities with his friend, singer Roberto Tapia.

Carlos Apel, director of the clinic and cousin of the actor, confirmed that he was discharged although he could not provide more information due to confidentiality.

“He has already left the clinic. No (he will return) … With all due respect, we as clinic employees have a confidentiality contract that does not allow us to talk about any of our patients, regardless of that (of their blood ties) “, he declared to the program Ventaneando. “It is the patient himself who would have to talk about his process,” he added.

The singer Roberto Tapia had already said that he would celebrate Christmas with Rafael Amaya.

“We do the family dinner with few guests … and at home, we will be around 10, 12 people, maximum of 15 people and we are the same as always, year after year. Also, my compadre Rafa Amaya comes to spend Christmas with us ” he commented to Sale el Sol.

Tapia indicated that Amaya’s parents and family would also be present at Christmas.

YOUR STEP-THROUGH REHABILITATION
The protagonist of the telenovela “The Lord of the Skies”, Rafael Amaya, reappeared publicly after undergoing rehabilitation for his addictions. A couple of years ago, the Mexican actor had to abandon the successful production due to a stage in his life marked by drugs and alcohol.

In a past interview, the star. 43 years old. she wore an improved countenance after receiving professional care for her mental and health crisis. Although he fell deeply into these addictions, he did not ask for help and only his loved ones were with him so that he can overcome this painful stage in his life.

“ I lost my inner peace, the love I had for my family, for my work. Little by little I was immersing myself in the dark mud of alcohol and drugs, living all the excesses possible that have been and have been, “said the protagonist of” The Lord of the Skies “to People in a Spanish magazine.