Paulina Rubio Tests Positive for Drug Use, Denied US Residency, Report
Nov 1, 2007
Mexican pop star Paulina Rubio's request to become a U.S. resident was denied because required medical tests came back positive for drugs, Spanish language news sources are reporting. An Associated Press translated report said that "supposedly the spouses initiated their proceedings in the city of JuĂˇrez in the border of the United States and went to the Medical Clinic the International of that locality for the routine examinations."
The examinations were allegedly made on September 13. Blogger Perez Hilton has this: "Unfortunately for her, the singer, who spends a lot of time in Miami, won’t legally be able to apply for residency again for another three years because her toxicology test came back positive for drugs.
According to the report Paulina tested positive for weed. Her husband, Nicolas Vallejo, tested positive for the same drug and also reportedly tested positive for ecstasy and coke. Rubio's spokesperson has denied all knowledge of the incident, telling People Enespanol.Com:
"We find out about things from the media. We don't know anything because this supposedly occurred in Mexico. But lawyers are already working on it in Mexico. We really don't know anything."
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