Former MLB All-Star Esteban Loaiza launched from jail after convicting cocaine trafficking
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Esteban Loaiza is released from federal prison and deported. Mexico This week we will serve for three years on the cocaine trade.
Loisa, a 14-year veteran, was sentenced to 36 months in prison in a legal transaction in March 2019 after admitting to possessing 20 kilograms of cocaine for distribution.
Loaiza goes free on Friday from FDC SEATAC in Seattle, Washington.
Southern District Staff California Federal Prosecutor’s Office the judge confirmed his release Thursday to DailyMail.com, saying the former All-Star was informed of his deportation to Mexico during his trial.
DailyMail.com has solicited comments from Loaiza’s attorney Janice Deaton.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Esteban Loaiza will be deported to Mexico after his release from federal prison Friday, according to a federal prosecutor for the Southern District of California who spoke to DailyMail.com on Thursday. .. Loaiza was sentenced to 36 months in prison on trial in March 2019 after admitting he owned 20 kilometers for distribution.
Esteban Loaiza was indicted in the California Superior Court in Chula Vista, California, in 2018
Esteban Loaiza will be sentenced to 36 months in prison upon his release from FDC SEATAC in Seattle, Washington on Friday.
Loaiza said he took a cocaine-laden Mercedes-Benz SUV on February 9, 2018 and drove it to a rented house near a kindergarten in Imperial Beach, California.
He took out the medication, took out a total of 20 packages, and stowed them under a baseball bag with his name on it and under the rear floor panel of the Nissan trunk.
Tijuana, Mexico, has admitted to distributing cocaine to others.
His arrest was part of an ongoing drug investigation by the San Diego County Police Department.
At the time of Loaiza’s decision, US attorney Robert Brewer complained that the former ball player had fallen out of favor.
“As a professional athlete, Esteban Loaiza has made tens of millions of dollars and has been lauded by baseball fans in the United States and Mexico,” said Brewer. “Still, he sacrificed his reputation to be a cocaine dealer and now his freedom. No one is out of the law, and that includes Major League Baseball (All-Star) pitchers. Increase.
Two years after last season in the Big League, Esteban Loaiza married the Mexican-American pop singer Jenni Rivera. The marriage had bottomed out two years later when the couple initiated divorce proceedings before Rivera died in a plane crash in Nuevo Leon, Mexico on December 9, 2012.
Esteban Loaiza shot with Oakland A before playing against the New York Yankees in 2007
Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Karen Flowers has accused the All-Star twice of choosing a different path in life ten years after the last field was thrown in Major League Baseball.
‘Gentleman. As an all-star baseball player, Loisa lived every boy’s dreams. Still, he decided to become a drug dealer, ”said Flowers. “He chose to break the law. He chose to make money off of someone’s addiction. Today society chooses to hold him accountable and rob him of his freedom. I did.
Roisa was named an All-Star Member of the Chicago White Sox in 2003, knocked out the American League and finished second on Cy Young’s vote.
He also returned to Chicago after playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Washington Nationals, Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Dodgers, and retired in 2008.
He finished his 14-year career with a record of 126-114 and achieved a earned running average of 4.65. In addition to Fernando Valenzuela, Loisa has more major league wins than any other Mexican-born pitcher.
Esteban Loaiza was named an All-Star Member of the Chicago White Sox in 2003, knocked out the American League and finished second in Cy Young’s vote.
Two years after his last season in the Big League, Loaiza married the Mexican-American pop singer Jenni Rivera. The marriage had bottomed out two years later when the couple initiated divorce proceedings before Rivera died in a plane crash in Nuevo Leon, Mexico on December 9, 2012.
Loaiza made nearly $ 43 million between the ages of 23 and 36.
According to the May 2020 Bleacher Report, StoryLoaiza has poured most of its fortune into a luxurious lifestyle, including expensive gifts for family and friends.
A few years before his marriage to Mexican-American pop star Jenni Rivera, he died in a plane crash in 2012 while a couple was getting divorced. Loisa reportedly continued to flirt with 19-year-old Ashley Esposito, the nanny for Texas Rangers teammate Ivan Rodriguez. ..
Loaiza’s first wife, Christina Teadora Varrasso, accused her of starting the case two weeks before their marriage in 1998 by buying a Lexus from Esposito for $ 65,000, a car for $ 30,000 for her two brothers , and he added that he spent an additional $ 145,809 on medical expenses for his mistress. ..
And after Esposito gave birth in 2001, Valasso claimed to have paid his mother $ 72,000 a year to care for the child during the day.
According to the 2000 divorce court document, Roiaza also said, “Several Rolex watches for teammates, one car for his mother and two cars for himself, about 184,000 total. I bought it for dollars. “
Former MLB All-Star Esteban Loaiza released from prison after convicting cocaine trafficking