Karina Bolaños Former Deputy Minister of Culture and Youth (Video and Photos)

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Costa Rica’s Deputy minister of Culture and Youth Karina Bolaños has achieved international fame after learning that an erotic video ran the social networks. In it, Bolaños appears in her underwear and dedicating a somewhat racy message to a man while hugging a pillow and hinted viewers one of her nipples.

“Here I am alone, wishing, waiting to see you. I swear if this pillow was you,..” said the deputy minister from her homemdae recording.

Bolaños was dismissed from her post while the video continued to circulate worldwide.

Since Karina has been interviewed stark naked only covered by a white sheet by the Spanish magazine Interviu.


In the interview the former Deputy Minister told the tale of how she was extorted with that video. For better or for worse it did bring her fame, including the cover of some of the most famous magazines in Spain.

Bolanos said she made the video in 2007 when she was separated from her husband, a Costa Rican congressman. She claims the video was stolen by a computer engineer hired to install security cameras, who then tried to blackmail her. Bolanos, 39, had the job since 2006.

Since we have not heard much of Karina.

 

WARNING: VIDEO and PHOTOS CONTAINS CONTENT THAT MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL READERS

 

 

Photo:  Revista GOBIERNO

Photo:  Revista GOBIERNO

 

 

 

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