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According to the British media, Castillo would indeed be of Colombian nationality and not Ecuadorian. He would also have a false identity and therefore a false passport, which Byron Castillo finally admitted. The winger also confessed to having left Colombia to pursue his career in Ecuador and denounced an Ecuadorian businessman who allegedly offered him a new identity.
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The Daily Mail has obtained an audio recording of an interview conducted by the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) Commission of Inquiry, from 2018, in which Castillo admits he was born in 1995, not 1998 as listed on his Ecuadorian birth certificate. He also gives the name of Javier Castillo Segura, who provided him with his fake birth certificate. He details his departure from the Colombian town of Tumaco to go to San Lorenzo to pursue his career as a footballer, and gives the name of the businessman who gave him a new identity.
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