Laura Bozzo is not one to steer away from controversy and she's showing all the haters that she has not been fired from Televisa as a magazine had confirmed last week. "Working at my new offices at Televisa, prepare yourselves that I will return with everything," she said in the video. In the clip she walks into her office saying that she hopes to return soon. 

Bozzo also posted a photo of herself in the Plaza of the Stars, the entrance at the Televisa San Angel Studios, proving that she wasn't stopped at the door because she's still under contract with the Mexican network. Laura stated in the caption that she was just returning from her trip to her native country of Perú.

Laura Bozzo has been off the airwaves for sometime now, but before her show was canceled she signed a 5-year contract with the Mexican network. TV Notas reported that Televisa was trying to rescind their obligation and cut ties with her. As you know, Bozzo is not one to mess with, being a lawyer in her native country, and was allegedly  putting up a fight threatening to reveal dark secrets if her contract was not upheld.

"Laura started threatening, not only with a lawsuit, but with other issues," a tipster told a Mexican tabloid magazine. "She said that she would discredit the network, that she knew of bad management of certain producers and that she would bring to light a lot things that they would regret."

Bozzo recently became a Mexican citizen and took to social media to share her excitement. "I am happy, very excited that after many years I have my naturalization document that officially makes me a Mexican citizen with all the rights and duties that this implies," the controversial television host told Univision Entertainment. "When they gave me this document, the first person that I thought of was my father, he loved Mexico and when he died after my arrest his words in my soul, he told me to come here because it had good citizens and it's like my father has been here with me."

Laura Bozzo also had harsh words to say about the ordeal between Eduardo Yáñez and the reporter that was slapped for asking personal questions. "The press deserves to be respected," she said according to Univision. "I would never be like that Yáñez cool, that sad little actor that slapped a reporter." Bozzo also added: "How disrespectful, he should be in jail. If he doesn't want that on a red carpet, he should stay home or work in something else."

Bozzo, who just got her Mexican citizen ship also said: "If he doesn't like fame, leave, because the people that are in this industry has the obligation of sharing part of their lives and maintain them informed. If people want to know about me, I have the obligation of answering, without the people I am nobody and Yáñez would be nobody either, we are who we are because of them and if we don't give the people what the want, this doesn't work. To me, divas make me want to vomit, they sicken me, because they loose their path of who they are, the press has the obligation of informing. Without a doubt it's shameful, if this man thinks he's a diva, he should go home, the problem is what will he do."