Despite Amaya leaving the place at the end of the year, the former boxer assured that if the actor does not continue with his treatment, he could fall back into the world of drugs and alcohol.
“He needs to keep going to talks, if you relapse, don’t ask why, it’s because you don’t go to your meetings,” Chávez said in an interview for the program Today.
However, the sports commentator also stressed that until now Rafael is in perfect condition. “He’s doing very well thanks to God, let’s hope he continues like this and it will go very well thanks to God.”
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