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Sofia Vergara's Brother Arrested 30 Times, Gets Deported

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Poor Sofia Vergara.

Her younger brother has been battling a drug addiction that has led to being arrested 30 times in the last 10 years.

After so many arrests, Julio Vergara was deported to Colombia by immigration authorities a couple months ago, which has left Sofia heartbroken.

She says:

"To see somebody dying over 10 years, little by little, that’s the worst punishment. Now he’s like another person."

When Sofia brought Julio, her sister and mother to live with her Miami, she was hoping he would go back to school. But Sofia says "he wasn't ready" and that's when he began abusing alcohol, pot, cocaine, and crack.

We feel for Sofia and her family. Luckily, she seems to have a positive outlook on things. She's said, "With so many bad things happening, it creates a tough.You just have to take a deep breath and keep on going."

Don't give up on your family, Sofia.

[Image via WENN.]

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7 comments to “Sofia Vergara's Brother Arrested 30 Times, Gets Deported”

  1. 1

    it should go without saying that she got all the looks in that family! lol

  2. 2

    They label "ANY" illegal drug use as "ADDICTION"; it is not!

  3. 3

    Holy shit, she stole all the good looking genes in that family

  4. 4

    it's smeagol!

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    If you don't keep certain individuals busy and broke, it only serves to enable them. Not being able to afford drugs can clean someone up the same way as a posh rehab. If their character is gone, they'll simply steal or do whatever instead on their swirl around the bowl. If they want to change, however, they will.

  6. 6

    Good. I'm glad he was deported.

  7. 7

    What? It took 30 arrests to get him deported? 30??? For scum like that apparently there is room in the US, but for decent people with a high education it is almost impossible to get in.