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Where’s Ana Alliegro? Mystery woman might have disappeared — again.


Here today. Gone tomorrow. Maybe to Nicaragua. Maybe not.

Ana Alliegro is again shrouded in mystery.

The self-styled conservative “bad girl” at the center of a federal criminal investigation into a former Miami congressman, Alliegro appeared to have left town and claimed on her Facebook page last week that she was in Granada, Nicaragua.


But no one’s sure

It’s unclear if Alliegro, who surrendered her passport to authorities when she returned to the United States late last month, left with federal approval. Some sources indicate she departed without permission, but they can’t see how she could have entered a foreign country without her passport.

Her Facebook page makes it sound as if she’s much happier in Nicaragua.

“There are more ingrates than Mosquitos carrying Dengue in Miami than in Nicaragua,” she wrote on her page last week. “Thank God, I came back to Granada.”

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