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Gabriel Guevara, the Spanish actor and the star of the recent hit teen movie My Fault, was arrested at the Venice Film Festival. An active international warrant was put out on his name because of a sexual assault allegation in France. The arrest was confirmed by the Venice police, and the original report was published in La Nuova, the Veice Daily.
Before the beginning of the extradition, the case will be ruled by the court of appeals. But there are no further details regarding the arrest or the assault that he has been charged with. On September 2nd, the Italian State Police arrested Guevara.
The next day he was supposed to be awarded by Filming Italy with the honor of the best young actor. When the news of his arrest came out, Filming Italy took a “precautionary measure” and canceled the event and said they would wait for the outcome.
The film festival made an official announcement on Twitter where they said, “we would like to specify that the presence in #Venice of Spanish actor #GabrielGuevara, that some press websites have recently reported as being under arrest, was not linked to any activity or production of the 80th Venice International Film Festival.”
Guevara came to fame when he played the role of Cristen Miralles Haro in the series Skam Spain in 2018, and then he made a mark with the role he played in the movie ‘My Fault.’ The movie tells the story of a girl, Noah (Niccolo Wallace), who left her home to stay with her mother’s new husband. There, she met her step-brother Nick (Gabriel Guevara), and even though they had clashed in the beginning, they developed chemistry, and their romance turned their own worlds down.