Vino in Venice: Globetrotting wife of jailed El Chapo enjoys yet ANOTHER gondola ride in Italy before a sunset dinner by the water’s edge – but who’s the second glass of wine for??
- Emma Coronel Aispuro is continuing to document her lavish Italian vacation on Instagram
- On Monday, the wife of jailed drug lord Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán took a gondola ride before she enjoyed a dinner date at a swanky Venetian restaurant
- Coronel’s jaunt to Europe comes less than two weeks after her husband was sentenced to life in prison – plus 30 years for drug trafficking
- The brunette beauty queen is barred from visiting El Chapo at ASX – the most secure prison in the United States to which he is now confined
Emma Aispuro Coronel is continuing to her document her lavish European holiday, as her drug lord husband Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán adjusts to life in a supermax prison.
On Monday, the 29-year-old beauty queen was back on Instagram Stories, just a day after she shared several envy-inducing snaps from her vacation in Venice, Italy.
Coronel’s latest upload showed her taking in the sunset as she sat by the water’s edge at a swanky restaurant in the historic city.
The mother-of-two appeared to be joined by a companion, with her picture showing two full glasses of white wine placed upon her table.
The brunette gave no clues as to the identity of her dinner date, and she has remained tight-lipped about whom she is travelling with in Italy.
Emma Aispuro Coronel is continuing to her document her lavish European vacation, as her husband Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán languishes in a high-security Colorado jail
The brunette beauty queen appeared to be joined by a dinner date at the swanky Venetian restaurant
Meanwhile, a second picture posted to Instagram Stories showed Coronel cruising through the historic city on a gondola.
It comes after she thrilled fans by posting several travel snaps on her social media account on Sunday, including one that showed her indulging in a slice of cake.
‘What diet?’ she cheekily wrote beneath the image.
Coronel’s lavish vacation is a far cry from the new life her husband is living at ADX, the supermax prison in Coloardo,
Earlier this month, a Brooklyn judge sentenced 62-year-old El Chapo to life in prison, plus 30 years.
He was which subsequently transported to ADX, a place that one former warden has described as ‘worse then death.’
Envy-inducing: A second picture posted to Instagram Stories showed Coronel cruising through the historic city on a gondola
‘What diet?’ Coronel is clearly treating herself on her European vacation, indulging in delicacies her husband can now only dream of
More than 400 prisoners are incarcerated at ADX where they spend 23 hours per day confined to a 7-by-12-foot concrete cell.
The prison is home to America’s most notorious criminals, including ‘Unabomber’ Ted Kaczynski, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and 1993 World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef.
El Chapo is slated to be held in ADX’s most isolated section, Range 13, which Hood said ‘it’s not a place designed for humanity,’ according to the New York Post.
‘It’s one click away from the death penalty. All of a sudden, one day you’re put in a box and not cared about — that’s the punishment.’
El Chapo Guzmán will spend the remainder of his life at ADX in Florence (pictured), a fortress that’s home to some of America’s most notorious criminals. Its former warden described it as ‘worse than death
El Chapo, who founded the Sinaloa Cartel, will be barred from visits by his beauty queen wife. Only his seven-year-old twin daughters can visit him.
Such conditions at the penitentiary have been denounced by Amnesty International and led his defense team to file a motion for an appeal.
While recognizing the pain inflicted by El Chapo’s criminal enterprise in his home country, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador criticized the federal government’s decision of locking El Chapo away at ADX in isolation.
A former warden at the prison where El Chapo (pictured in 2016) is staying has described it as ‘worse then death.’