SAN ANTONIO -- It was March 1995 and the world was discovering what Selena's core fans already knew. The talented singer was skyrocketing in fame and success seemed imminent, butasingle bullet in a Corpus Christi hotel room would send that dream crashing to the ground.
As news broke of Selena's murder - all eyes turned toYolanda Saldivar, president of Selena's fan club as she held police at bay for ten hours with a gun to her own head. She was arrested and later convicted in the murder.
In 2004, Yolanda Saldivar broke her silence in a rare interview with KENS 5's Sarah Lucero. In that report, Saldivar made some stunning allegations about the personal life of Selena and answered questions about her loyalty to the superstar.