Yolanda Saldivar, the individual responsible for the death of Selena Quintanilla, has recently spoken out after 30 years behind bars. Saldivar, who served as the president of Selena's fan club, fatally shot the young singer in a Corpus Christi hotel in March 1995.

The shooting happened as a result of Saldivar being confronted about embezzling funds. At the time, Saldivar was 35 years old and was convicted of first-degree murder. She received a life sentence in prison, with the possibility of parole. Now, Saldivar is asserting that it is time to clarify the truth surrounding the events.

To shed light on this matter, Oxygen will be airing a two-part docuseries called "Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them." This series will include new conversations with Saldivar conducted from prison. The trailer for the show suggests that Saldivar will reveal fresh information about the friendship between herself and Selena, as well as discuss the days leading up to the tragic murder. The docuseries is scheduled to premiere on Oxygen on February 17.

source: KEN5 San Antonio