Shortly after winning a spot in La Nueva Banda Timbiriche, Brissia began dating César D'Alessio, son of Mexican singer and actress Lupita D'Alessio. The couple split up in 2010. In spring 2008, Brissia also announced that she did not wish to participate in La Nueva Banda and revealed her desire to start a solo career. Since leaving La Nueva Banda, Brissia moved to Mexico City with her family and continues to keep in contact with her friend and former band mate, Eduarado "Lalo" Brito.
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