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Georgina Barbarossa revealed that she was abused in her childhood

2023-03-23T13:16:47.174Z


Following the arrest of Marcelo Corazza for corruption of minors, the driver recounted a hard personal experience.


Within the framework of the case for corruption and abuse of minors for which the winner of Big Brother of the 2001 edition, Marcelo Corazza, is detained in the program "A la Barbarossa" (Telefe, Monday to Friday 09:30 to 11 :15), its host, 

Georgina Barbarossa, revealed a harsh memory from her childhood

.

The story began when

the journalist Lío Pecoraro wondered where the parents of

the boys who had been victims of abuse were: "Do we know if there are parents or not?"

To which his colleague, Nancy Pazos, reminded him that

"they are just vulnerable children because there are no parents."

At that moment,

Georgina Barbarossa

interrupted the exchange to recount a difficult moment from her childhood:

"When I was little, the doorman of my house touched me and my parents were impeccable with me."

Georgina Barbarossa spoke of an abuse she suffered in her childhood.

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"I'm not going to blame my mom or my dad

," said the driver, referring to the fact that she understands that what happened to her was not related to her parents, because they were very present.

Along the same lines, panelist Noelia Antonelli warned that this happens "

much more than what is said

. "

"This is known because Marcelo Corazza is there. It happens on every corner, in every place in Argentina and, in many cases, in collusion with the police," he denounced regarding the visibility that this case has because a public figure is involved.

Georgina Barbarossa.

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As a result of the abuse she suffered, Georgina tried to convey the message that we must be vigilant because minors can be at risk anywhere:

“My parents were present;

however, it happened.

Luckily I was able to tell them."

Marcelo Corazza's sister broke the silence

The arrest of the winner of the first Big Brother, in a case that investigates a network of child abuse,

shocked his family.

Marcelo Corazza's sister spoke.

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The first to make public statements on this subject was her sister

, who decided to go out and talk about how they are going through this moment, after the impact of the news.

"We are devastated

," the woman confessed to the media who were waiting for her at the door of her house to make a note about the arrest of her brother Marcelo.

Marcelo Corazza.

The current producer of the cycle that is broadcast by Telefe was

arrested on Monday by the Human Trafficking Division

of the City Police at his home in Tigre, located in Montes de Oca at 300.


In addition to Corazza, there are three other detainees

.

This is Francisco Rolando Angelotti, arrested in Oberá, Misiones, named as head of the organization that recruited, corrupted and prostituted minors;

and Andrés Charpenet and Raúl Mermet, arrested in Pacheco as participants in the gang.

Marcelo Corazza was transferred to the Buenos Aires courts for his investigative statement.

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The investigation for which the former Big Brother participant was arrested began as a result of a

complaint made by two witnesses

of confidential identity who affirmed that a person -identified only by name- corrupted them when they were between 11 and 14 years old.

According to the account of those who gave a statement,

Corazza was looking for boys and male adolescents, whom he forced into prostitution

in exchange for economic benefits.

look also

Marcelo Corazza's sister spoke for the first time after the arrest of the former GH: "We are devastated"

Robertito Funes, about Corazza in the case of corruption of minors: "It is an issue that belongs to his private life"

Julieta's mother spoke of the version indicating that Marcelo Corazza would have intimate photos of her daughter

Source: clarin

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