Dulce María is now denying she ever confirmed the infamous Televisa catalogue that was used to "offer" actresses at the network to publicists in exchange to buy airtime. After the news broke and multiple media outlets wrote about it, the former RBD star fired back saying: "I didn't assure not confirm anything, that's an urban legend, that I don't know about."

Dulce María was previously quoted as confirming the catalogue that Kate del Castillo touched upon in her Netflix documentary, "The Day I Met El Chapo." "I started since the age of 5, but my mom was always with me all the time until I turned 18," she told People. "Those things happen unfortunately, in this industry and many other places. It has to do with what you allow to happen as well, but it happens all over the world and it's sad that these things happen, but it depends on you, that you accept it or not and because I never allow it and I take the long road, but on a road with integrity."

The person that allegedly came up with the book was telenovela producer Carla Estrada and was recently asked about it on "Ventaneando." "Even talking about it is shameful," she said. "One thing is that they make a catalog of the actors where you have their phone numbers or their representatives' phones, and it's another thing to mix things up."

She also added: "Nobody makes anyone do anything. That catalog of talents exists in any television network. To do a casting you get the catalog from a company. The catalog didn't exist at Televisa and I started it, but at any company you need one, a list or planner with pictures and phone numbers of the people because if you don't, how are you going to contract them?"

Carmen Salinas recently went off on Kate del Castillo for even bringing up the subject and suggested she closed her mouth. "Your dad is working there my dear, you can't talk about the place your father works as he is a great actor and a great man," she told reporters on "Suelta La Sopa". "It's not possible that you badmouth the company that gave us and has given us to eat and work."

Carmen Salinas added her take on what those publicists meetings were like. "The sponsors went with their children and they would take pictures with us," she said. "The producers of the shows would go with the publicists. It was a meeting where we all went, who knows what network she worked at, I don't know, but she shouldn't even be talking. Even though I don't have a contract with Televisa anymore, it's the place that gave me food for more than 60 years. I am not an ungrateful person and I will not badmouth the Azcárragas because all the actresses that sold their telenovelas, received a lot of money, like Thalía, Verónica Castro, they wanted all of them to be well, to the kid actors, Colunga, William Levy, they gave them all houses because they sold well."