Brian Del Prado Medel, former participant of the television program Falling in love, from TV Azteca, was killed Sunday after leaving a bar in Coyoacán, Mexico City.
According to reports from the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC), operators of the Control and Command Center (C-2) south reported a shooting in the streets of the Campestre Churubusco Colony.
Uniforms came and found the man, 29 years old, with several shots in the body.
In the scene was a woman, who told the agents that , had left a bar with Brian, when , walked home, a motorcycle matched them and one of the crew began firing at ,, several times.
Paramedics came to the site to provide first aid to the injured, but could only diagnose , death.
The Public Ministry of the corresponding Territorial Coordination initiated the investigation of the case.
Unofficial reports indicate that , had had a conflict in the bar with a group of women who, apparently, have links with members of the criminal group La Unión Tepito.
After the incident, Del Prado and , companion decided to leave the bar, but gunmen gave them reach and took the young man's life.
With this victim, there are already three incidents of violence by participants on the television broadcast conducted by Carmen Muñoz.
Last May, Natali Michel, a 35-year-old model, was found lifeless in , apartment, in the Venustiano Carranza City Hall.
The young woman lived alone and participated in Falling in love because , was looking for a partner with whom , could have a stable and lasting relationship. So far there are no detainees despite the fact that the thesis that , was murdered is handled.
Vanda, another young participant, recently denounced the authorities that , was threatened with death and extorted by a sentimental ex-partner.
BY: Cristina Hernández