After the surprising arrest of Antonio Tejado as the alleged mastermind of the robbery at his aunt María del Monte's residence, Chayo Mohedano's ex has opted for a strategy of silence in front of the press.
During his appearance at the Investigative Court number 16 of Seville, Tejado availed himself of his right not to testify, thus maintaining a low profile in the midst of the scandal that has shaken the family.
Tejado's behavior after the robbery has raised suspicions among the authorities and those who know him. According to close sources, the former television contestant was one of the first to arrive at the singer's house after the incident, showing an apparently supportive attitude towards his aunt and her wife, Inmaculada Casal. "This robbery occurred at five in the morning and at nine, just four hours after the robbery, Antonio Tejado went to the house to worry about his aunt. He arrived, spent the entire morning calming them down, talking to them, listening to their story. what had just happened...", they said in the program 'Let's see'. However, some point out that his presence could have had a darker undertone.
During the morning after the robbery, Tejado remained at María del Monte's residence, providing support and talking to those affected. He even, according to witness accounts, even gave them a dog to keep them company in the midst of the commotion. These gestures have led to speculation about Tejado's true intentions, especially considering his alleged involvement in the robbery. "I know that the agents told María del Monte that the name of her nephew was the main focus of the suspicions," explained Sandra Aladro in 'Let's see'.
The police investigation has revealed disturbing details about the thieves' modus operandi and Tejado's alleged involvement in it. According to the Civil Guard, the criminals acted with precision and violence, going directly to the master bedroom and demanding the password to the safe. These findings have raised suspicions about Tejado's possible complicity in the robbery, having been able to provide "information about the victims to the rest of the organization."
With Tejado entering provisional detention along with other suspects, uncertainty about his role in the case continues to be a central issue. His decision to remain silent before both the police and the judge has fueled intrigue and speculation about his possible involvement in the crime.