A former Argentinian beauty queen is now one of South America's most wanted, suspected of using other models to smuggle cocaine out of the country.
A former Argentinian beauty queen is now one of South America's most wanted, suspected of using other models to smuggle cocaine out of the country. "She pouts her collagen-filled lips and totters on golden stilettos as she parades down the catwalk. Camera flashes pop in the shaky video recording of the photo shoot. Colombian model Angie Sanclemente is an object of desire. But that was 10 years ago. Now Sanclemente is one of South America's 'most wanted.' The fallen beauty is on the run; Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for her. The woman whose ambition took her from poverty to a life of glamour is thought to be in Argentina. Authorities there suspect she may be the "queen pin" of an international operation that uses models as drug mules to move suitcases loaded with cocaine out of Buenos Aires airport."
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She met mere mortals with and without the Vatican's approval.
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