While Marley is filming the episodes of "Expedition Robinson" in the Colombian jungle, in Argentina his real name, Alejandro Wiebe (53), resonates in justice and is trending on social networks.
It is that days ago, a formal complaint was filed in Oberá, Misiones, in which a man of reserved identity mentioned Marley and Marcelo Corazza (50) as two of the people he met in a fifth during a trip to Buenos Aires that he made at age 14.
The complaint, which was received in the court of Luis Alarcón, in Misiones, states: "I present myself through this act in order to inform you that with the fear of the case, with my identity reserved, I want to state that on that trip I made to a farm in the town of Pilar, I saw and recognized two famous drivers: Marley, who was called 'el bonito' and Marcelo Corazza, 'el porteño'".
With the information in his hands, Judge Alarcón would have called the Federal Courts of Comodoro Py to consult if the cause for which Corazza was detained had any link with this last complaint. The file for which the winner of the first "Big Brother" is detained is now processed in the court of Ariel Lijo. Everything indicates that the complaint against Marley will be annexed to the Corazza case.
In this way, as Clarín was able to find out, the Federal Justice will initiate an investigation into the figure of Telefe, who in the last hours got off the leadership of the Martín Fierro awards to be delivered on July 9. Marley has not been charged so far.
Angel De Brito's tweet that made visible the complaint against Marley.
The author of the complaint against Marley went on air on the Crónica TV channel where he gave more details of his version.
"I was abused when I was only fourteen years old, when I was contacted by this clan in which there was a very famous driver. I would give my identity but I am afraid, I have a family. What if something happens to my family?", denounced the alleged victim, live, in the studio of Crónica TV, wearing a balaclava to avoid being identified.
"These people have great power, dark power, wicked power. Who assures me that these people are not going to hurt me?", continued the man, who when asked by the driver of the cycle if any celebrity abused him did not hesitate to answer: "Marley, Marley". He added: "They paid to have sex and they gave me a small percentage."
The complaint against Marley and Corazza made by an alleged victim in Oberá (Misiones) on June 2.
The formal complaint was shown on air by the host of the LAM, Angel de Brito. There it is indicated that this man – from Misiones, whose identity is preserved – made a trip to Pilar, province of Buenos Aires, "after having been recruited" and attended a fifth house in which several media personalities were meeting.
"There were adults and minors. Two older than those who were there were celebrities, Corazza and Marley. I don't remember more than that," he slipped into the complaint.
"I don't remember and can't pinpoint the exact date, but it was many years ago. I saw and recognized famous drivers like Marley and Marcelo Corazza. The first was called 'el porteño' and the other, 'el bonito,'" he said. After that testimony, neither Marley nor Telefe spoke about it.
Corazza, again arrested
On March 22, Corazza was arrested along with Francisco Angelotti (46), Andrés Charpenet (53) and Ignacio Mermet (53) accused of being part of a network that recruited children and adolescents between 10 and 18 years old to manipulate them, abuse them and force them to have sex with other adults in exchange for monetary remuneration.
In April, Judge Sánchez Sarmiento had ruled that Corazza lacked merit in the accusation of illicit association and had granted the request for his release for the crime of corruption of minors.
However, the results of the expertise on the Telefé producer's cell phone again complicated his situation: photos and videos with sexual content, as well as chats with other alleged victims were the main elements found on the device.
On May 31, Marcelo Corazza was arrested again, but this time, the former Big Brother participant turned himself in at the headquarters of the Human Trafficking Division of the City Police, in Recoleta. His defence lawyer negotiated his surrender.
Chamber 5 of the National Court of Criminal and Correctional Appeals confirmed his prosecution in a case of corruption of a child under 13 years of age and obscene exhibitions. And he had ordered his preventive detention.
Patricio Lugones, of the National Criminal and Correctional Prosecutor's Office No. 26, advanced on this line of investigation to identify the people involved, determine if they were children or adolescents at the time of the conversations and if there was an exchange of money to access that material.
Another of the key points in the new arrest of the Telefe producer, suspended since the complaints were known, was the request of the original prosecutor of the case for the investigation to pass to the orbit of the Federal Justice to consider that behind this gang was the crime of human trafficking.
The case is now in the hands of Judge Lijo and prosecutor Carlos Rivolo.