Chilean Film Director Nicolás López On Thursday, he was nominated as a candidate for at least six allegations against female sexual abuse.
Lopez told the prosecutor six hours before in the east of Santiago, where he handed over hundreds of social networks and phone messages, his lawyer Paula Vial, "giving her innocence full of events".
"He (Lopez) has delivered material that supports his argument, this material is abundantly another day to finish his statement," said Vial.
Lopez did not stop talking to the press and was asking if he was innocent, he only said: "Absolutely." The 35-year-old councilor on Friday will have to return to the Public Prosecutor's Office to continue his testimony.
The scandal broke out in six actors and models, this year, several episodes of harassment and sexual assault were revealed in a magazine, filmed by the filmmakers, work meetings and parties.
A few months later, the actress, María José Vidaurre, complained that Lopez was 17 years old.
The video of Lopez asked for forgiveness and denied an abuse.
The filmmakers won the popularity, "What a shame your life" trilogy (2010), "What a shame your wedding" (2011) and "What a shame your family" (2013). Another work is "Santos", premiered in 2008 and starred by Spanish stars Elsa Pataky and Javier Gutiérrez.
Last April, the Chilean Justice Department also analyzed attorney's testimonies, the director of sexual abuse abuse known as the "Tsar" Txalaparta, Chilean.