Who remember Esteban from "Caso Cerrado"? For those of you that don't remember, Esteban was a participant on the Telemundo court show that became a viral sensation. His real name is Jay Colindres and he was invited to visit Ecuador, but the hotel where production set him up at refused to host him for the simple fact that he's gay. "The Marcelius hotel in Guayaquil, Ecuador is the worst hotel of this country, they just threw me out for the fact that I am gay," he said in a video on Instagram.

On the social network he wrote: "Complete indignation. Hotel Marcelius in Guayaquil, Ecuador and their discrimination for 'harming the hotel's image.' The producers of the event put me at this hotel, not because it's the best, not because it's the finest in the area, but because it's the most centralized to the television stations and media where I will be presenting myself. It's sad to know that these type of actions are still happening in 2017. I can't stop crying. It's sad but my love for this country is bigger." Watch the full clip below and tell us what you think!

Colindres became a viral sensation after he made an appearance on "Caso Cerrado" with Ana María Polo. The title of the episode where he appeared was "Hijo de la Orgía," which roughly translates to "Son of an Orgy." The case was that Esteban was secretly seeing a married man and one day the latter asked him to have sexual relations with his wife. Out of that one time, "Esteban" allegedly impregnated the woman and had a son. During the show Esteban finds out that he's a father and Polo rules in his favor of getting custody of the baby.

The episode went up online and has been watched millions of times. Esteban was unapologetic and even got into a physical altercation with "Leonor" during the show where she throws water at him and wets his clothes and hair which provokes him to say, "Estupida mi pelo idiota." 

"Caso Cerrado" is a hit with Latino audiences not just in the U.S., but across Latin America. Ana María Polo, who is the judge on the show, recently made a crossover to the general marker with a new show titled "Ana Polo Rules." The show is getting a test-run this summer in a couple of markets in hopes of getting a full pickup.

"The show has the same format as 'Caso Cerrado' and as always, I am bringing my own personal style of justice, my vision and my philosophy," she told us in an interview to LatinTimes. "The audience will be able to watch cases about family disputes, relationship issues, or disagreements between friends that will get a resolution with a human touch."

"The crossover has always been a dream of mine. I am an American Citizen and I feel like a part of this population. I was raised and educated in the United States, I have been an attorney here in the state of Florida for many years, and I thought it would be the natural progression for me to reach an audience that I consider part of my culture and my roots," said Polo explaining how did she took the decision of doing the cross over.

"I fought for it, I went to various networks, and I pitched a lot of executives because I think that my brand of justice, or the way in which I conduct my show is different from the rest of the court shows. It is refreshing, informal and I feel that people like it and can relate to it."