Why did Mary Boquitas endure so much abuse from Sergio Andrade? She responds | Entertainment | The USA Print

Why did Mary Boquitas endure so much abuse from Sergio Andrade? She responds

María Raquenel Portillo, better known as Mary Boquitas, premieres the second season of “En Boca Cerrada”, the podcast where she tells her own story as well as Sergio Andrade’s wife, since he was 14 years old, and part of the so-called Trevi-Andrade clan. A project that came out shortly before the autobiographical series “Ellas Soy Yo, Gloria Trevi” premiered, where although they changed the name of her character (and that of most of those involved), the public does identify her.

Were you offered to participate in the series “Ellas Soy Yo, Gloria Trevi”?
At some point they approached me to do an interview for the series, but obviously, we were in pre-production for “En Boca Cerrada” and we couldn’t participate.

Is everything that comes out of you true?
The truth is I haven’t seen it.

Aren’t you curious?
I am so focused on “En Boca Cerrada”. I am so happy with “En Boca Cerrada”, with the impact it is having that I swear, I really don’t have time to eat, hahaha!

Everything that comes out in the series and everything you tell in your podcast is very strong, why did you put up with so much? why didn’t you leave?
There are minds that are a little more manipulable than others, and I, I don’t know, at some point I was one hundred percent manipulable, in the sense that I believed in some way that what was happening to me, even though I was suffering, (because I was beaten, because I was abused, because mentally I was directed, I was like a robot), that although my body and my feelings were “this is not right”, culturally it already brought a teaching of sacrifice… because of the way I was educated.

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“I came from believing that there was a God who would punish you if you did something wrong; so somehow it felt normal. And Sergio Andrade made me know it and made me feel that it was normal, that I deserved to sometimes be punished, to be relegated and not deserve things.”

And the time, he points out, had a lot to do with it.
We’re talking about the 80s, where… what’s more, I hadn’t even met a man before because I was in a nun’s school and wanted to be a nun, hahaha!

“In any case, there were two, three occasions when I definitely wanted to leave and I wanted to give it up, but I was threatened because I was married (to Andrade); So in my country, well, I think in others too, if you want to leave your home they accuse you of abandonment and you can even go to jail. “That was what (he) told me and the fear he instilled in me.”

How did you experience sharing Sergio Andrade with other women? It was hard?
Oh, of course, my love! Of course it was hard, imagine! I married him for love (at 15 years old); Well, at that moment I felt that it was love, that I was completely in love, excited and the whole story that I tell in “En Boca Cerrada”.

“And all my story, Raquenel’s story, is based on sacrifices and things and mistakes made, obviously, but all for love; So, of course, it obviously hurt me a lot.

“The problem is that psychologically he, he always looked for my perfection and well I was not perfect, no one is, so he used those imperfections that I could have or that he said were imperfections as if to say ‘you are not enough, so I bring more women into my life, into my house.’”

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Did you forgive Andrade and Trevi?
When I managed to understand that really everything I had gone through was completely harmful to me, I wanted, for my own health and my own emotional, mental, and spiritual health, to forget, forgive and move forward.

Does it help you to tell it all in the “En Boca Cerrada” podcast?
Yes. Although the catharsis has been very difficult, because the path I have taken to be able to tell the story through “En Boca Cerrada” has not been easy, I appreciate it, I am fine with it and it has freed me a lot, it has healed me. , because they say that the truth liberates and yes, it liberates, now I feel like ahhh! Hahaha!

Continue Reading more about Gloria Trevi here:
· Scarlet Gruber tells us about the emotional challenge that came with being one of the main protagonists of “Ellas Soy Yo Gloria Trevi”, by ViX
· Scarlet Gruber faces the violence of being Gloria Trevi in ​​ViX+ biographical series
· Gloria Trevi reveals in her bioseries that she suffered an abortion because of Sergio Andrade