Published On: Tue, Oct 4th, 2016

Peña Nieto’s son involved in bar brawl in San Miguel de Allende

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On the evening of Friday, September 30, during the festivities of La Alborada in San Miguel de Allende, the son of President Enrique Peña Nieto, Alejandro Peña Prettelini was allegedly involved in a brawl inside a bar.

The son of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, was accompanied by his friends, walking through the main square (Jardín Pricipal) with around 30 agents of the Presidential Security (Estado mayor presidencial).

According to witnesses, the Peña Prettelini group entered famous night club ‘El Grito’, in San Miguel, one of the busiest bars in the downtown area.



El Grito” was crowded, while Alejandro Peña and his friends were enjoying the party, drinking cocktails and beers.

When a young man passing through the hall, accidentally pushed Peña Nieto’s son, who answered aggressively, pushing the young man back, in a brief moment of jostling and shoving.

However, the Presidential security guards stopped the brawl and escorted young Alejandro Peña back to the armored car that was waiting outside the place, who was unhurt” confirmed one of the observers.

Afterwards, among jostling and bustle, Security Officers guarded the young .

President Enrique Peña Nieto’s family visits SMA frequently; Alejandro and his sisters normally visit different night clubs of this historic town during the weekends.



“El Grito” Night Club

Founded in 1998 to provide locals and visitors a unique and unforgettable entertainment experience in San Miguel.






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