Paz Padilla clarifies (half) her opinion in 'Save me' about Sofía Cristo and sexual abuse

After becoming a trending topic on Twitter and being harshly criticized for her comments about Sofía Cristo and the sexual abuse she suffered as a child by someone very close, Paz Padilla has interrupted ‘Save me’ to talk about his latest controversy.

Looking at the camera and very serious, she said the following: “I think I have been misunderstood. At no time have I said anything about that. I want to make it clear that with the doctor we were talking about the abuse and mistreatment of children … about the law and how it has changed, that now you can report this type of crime up to the age of 35. I have said that these crimes should not prescribe because each person needs their time to assimilate, digest and if they want to, report. At no time have I said that these types of crimes are not reportedWhat’s more, I would like all those who have suffered it to denounce it. ”

The Mediaset Spain communicator throws balls out and illogically blames the press: “If I have made any comment, it is because of the treatment that the press can give for certain celebrities to make public certain situations or episodes they have experienced because they can be treated with great frivolity “.

Set of ‘Save me’. (Mediaset Spain)

“I ask that the culprit be prosecuted and tried, whether he is family or not. At no time have I said or thought about it. Not today, not yesterday, not tomorrow. I think that an abuse of this type to a minor or at any age should be, please, punished and denounced “, are his exact words.

They ask to expel Paz Padilla from ‘Save me’ for what he has said about Sofía Cristo and sexual abuse

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However, Padilla has not clarified, qualified or apologized for what has really generated this anger, which are his words before the concern of the family environment when denouncing if these abuses have been committed by an uncle, a grandfather or a father. Putting the focus before on the ‘what will they say’ than on the serious situation of the victim when taking legal action.

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