The controversy over Tamara Falcó's wedding dress has taken a new turn this Thursday afternoon. The celebrity is still without an outfit for her marriage ceremony with Íñigo Onieva, despite the fact that there are only a few weeks left. The firm Sophie et Voilà, which was going to be in charge of making the dress, broke up with Falcó after learning that she had asked them to copy another Chanel design.
Due to this controversy, Tamara has earned new enemies in the world of media. One of those who has spoken more forcefully has been Jorge Javier Vázquez, from the pulpit of his program. Now, Sálvame has offered a new testimony against her, from a direct witness of the entire process that has caused her discord.
The woman has agreed to speak with Mayte Ametlla, a member of the space that Telecinco broadcasts, despite her request to remain completely anonymous. In fact, only her feet have appeared flat, wearing two black heels. "There have been three meetings between Tamara Falcó and the firm Sophie et Voilà", she began by confessing herself.
"In that first meeting (which took place in Bilbao) there was Juan Avellaneda, Tamara's sister and the stylist," commented the witness, in a much calmer context than what finally ended up happening. "It was from the second meeting (already in Madrid) when everything went wrong; suddenly, a rude, despotic, histrionic Tamara appeared, which not even the designers themselves recognized," continued her story.
Ametlla has been interested in Tamara's attitude towards the firm's designers, both initially and later. "At first she was very excited; she arrived with her sketch, happy," said the woman, who did not hesitate to charge Tamara Falcó. "That Tamara that appears on television, innocent and pretty, she has nothing to do with the Tamara that I could see from that second meeting with the designers," she revealed.
The witness has insisted on discrediting Falcó by revealing the content of the contract between her and the firm. "What there was was a confidentiality clause, which from minute one had Tamara obsessed," he said, to ensure what is the reason for this attitude on the part of television: "He does not want it to be known how despot he is in the privacy", he said, very flatly.