Kate Del Castillo has been in an ongoing battle with the PGR (Procuraduría General de la República) since last February, when the actress requested a court order to obtain full access to all information regarding her connection to “El Chapo” Guzmán.

According to several sources, the telenovela star believed Mexican authorities were illegally leaking data from their findings throughout the investigation and sharing every detail with the media, which helped a great deal with publicity but it did not help Del Castillo’s case.

On Friday, the 43-year-old celebrity took to social media to express her discontent with the PGR and called the system out for not owning up to their actions.

“It’s unbelievable that the PGR continues to deny that they illegally leaked information about my case despite the Judge’s final decision,” she wrote on Instagram. “I demand respect during the process, even though it’s clear to me that this doesn’t exist in Mexico.”

Kate Del Castillo vs PGR Kate Del Castillo uses social media to expose illegal leakage throughout "El Chapo" Guzmán's investigation. Instagram/@katedelcastillo

This is not the first time Del Castillo criticizes the Mexican government. Back in 2012, before she started making the headlines for her relationship with the infamous drug lord, she caused controversy for saying she believed Guzmán could mend his ways sooner than the government.

“Today, I believe more in ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán than in the government,” she wrote on Twitter. “They hide the truth from me even when it’s painful. They hide the cure for cancer, AIDS, etc. and only for their own benefit and wealth.”

Del Castillo has been under investigation since Hollywood actor Sean Penn revealed their secret meeting with the Sinaloa cartel leader while he was still a fugitive in an article published by Rolling Stone magazine on January 9.

According to various sources, Kate has failed to be present during all scheduled hearings in Mexico City and has no intentions of returning to her homeland until her legal situation is settled.