As Radar reported, Mexican authorities confirmed Friday that they had finally apprehended the notorious drug kingpin who broke out of prison in July by digging an elaborate tunnel beneath a jailhouse shower.
The escape, El Chapo's second, resulted in a manhunt carried out by 10,000 law enforcement officials.
Authorities also offered a $3.8 million reward for information leading to the fugitive's capture.
He was captured Friday in his home state of Sinaloa following a home raid in Los Mochis.
CNN reports that he was eventually caught after the drug lord's camp contacting film makers about developing an El Chapo biopic.
The United States is currently in talks to extradite the kingpin to the United States where he will face up to crimes related to his massive drug empire.
But for now, El Chapo is back in the same prison he escaped.
However, in an attempted to safeguard against a future escape, prison authorities have not disclosed his precise location within the prison compound.
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