There is an investigation into the alleged links between organized crime and the owners of the property used as a location for his controversial video.
Mexican singer Gerardo Ortíz have been summoned by Jalisco Prosecutor's Office to testify, for the recording of a music video, Gerardo Ortiz Medina could become a suspect on suspicion to have links to organized crime, said the Attorney General of Jalisco, Eduardo Almaguer.
The Attorney General said that Jalisco (PGR) will investigate Gerardo Ortiz, because the alleged links between organized crime and to know the origin of the funds used to make this video.
Surprisingly, the prosecutor announced the shift taken by investigation for the misuse of police vehicles and police officers involved in the controversial video for the song "You were mine," which was branded as misogynist and abettor to Femicide.
"What we are announcing today is that the investigations on all the participating companies, and the subjects who have been acting on the video, is giving us a very clear indications of the involvement of organized crime and the use of illegal proceeds" said Almaguer.
The state official said that up to today, they have obtained the statement of nine people and have located a number of unregistered companies - allegedly linked to organized crime, who engaged in video production and rental of luxury vehicles, which would have an important relationship with Gerardo Ortiz.
Eduardo Almaguer did not rule out that on this Friday April 22, when he shows up to his concert at the arena of Tepatitlán de Morelos, Jalisco, to parties called "Tepabril" Ortiz Medina could be detained to testify before the Public Ministry.