Fidel Castro's daughter says he had 'high level of cruelty'

Daughter also called Castro 'an absent father'

(ANSA) - Miami, May 16 - Fidel Castro's natural daughter said the former Cuban dictator was "a person with a fairly high level of cruelty" in a Friday news report.
    Alina Fernandez Revuelta called Castro "an absent father" in an interview with the Spanish news agency EFE conducted in Miami, where Revuelta has lived since she fled Cuba with a false passport in 1993.
    "I found out I was his daughter when I was 10 years old, and this coincided with one of the long periods in which he disappeared. He was a tender, nocturnal visitor, but I never got in the habit of calling him 'Papa'," said Revuelta.
    Revuelta grew up with her mother, Natalia Revuelta Clews, and her stepfather, Orlando Fernandez.


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