Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja, who once performed in Torrevieja, has left prison for a six-day release, the fourth time she has been granted temporary freedom since being sentence to two years in prison in 2014 for money laundering.

This temporary license was granted by the courts in Malaga on the agreement that Pantoja reports to the police station and carried an electronic tag whilst remaining overnight in her own home.

Pantoja has already paid the 1.14 million euro fine and has already enjoyed freedom in October of this year.

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