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Last May, the Mexican actress Regina Blandon talked about the sexual abuse of which she was a victim when she was a child, during an interview with the singer Isabel Lascurain (member of the group Pandora). She told that her abuser was a worker at her grandfather’s house in Acapulco, Guerrero state, Mexico.

According to the story of the actress who played “Bibi P. Luche” in the series “La Familia P. Luche”, this person was married to the cook at his grandparents’ house. On several occasions, his abuser broke into his room at night. “There was no rape as such, but there was sexual abuse, sometimes my brother was asleep in the next bed.”

Regina mentioned during the interview with Isabel Lascurain, for her YouTube channel, that When his father, actor Roberto Blandón, found out about this whole situation, he was about to murder this person.. “My dad was about to kill the bastard and my mom told him: ‘no, because if you’re not going to go to jail, wait, please.'”

Days after this interview, in a meeting with several media outlets, Roberto Blandón would have minimized the abuse suffered by his daughter Regina During his childhood.

Oh no, but that was like 30,000 years ago and it never really amounted to abuse.

Regarding what the actress said, about how she was about to kill her abuser, Roberto Blandón stated, “I was not aware of what she revealed, but now that I spoke with her I ask her how much she declared, to to be able to have data about what they are asking me”.

Now, in an interview for the TV Azteca program “Ventaneando”, Regina Blandón reacted to her father’s commentswith which he supposedly minimized the sexual abuse of which he was a victim.

The ex-wife of Mexican comedian Roberto Flores, He mentioned that he had already discussed this with his father and that everything was resolved“that stays in the family and we already understood each other, that’s it”.

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Also, the actress made it very clear that there should always be talk about the abuse and violence that women are suffering. “Raise your voice because it’s worth it, there will always be someone who will give you a hand, you have to talk, if you don’t talk, it doesn’t exist.”

Graduated from the Universidad de Occidente in 2010 with a degree in Communication Sciences, passionate about human journalism. After participating in the “La Oveja Negra” Talent Workshop given by the Ideas Machine, I was recruited by El Debate companies and months after graduating, I started working as a general information and police reporter. I am the proud founder of Periódico La i (where I worked as editor and reporter) in the city of Guamúchil, Sinaloa, the popular newspaper of El Debate. Two years later I became editor of the newspaper La Sirena, another of the company’s popular newspapers. Later I migrated from paper to digital, when I went to our web portal www.debate.com.mx, witnessing the evolution and growth it has had. I am currently a web reporter and entertainment journalist, conducting interviews with local, national and international singers, groups and actors, I have also specialized in K-Pop and K-Dramas. In these years working in the company, I have acquired knowledge about SEO positioning in Google and Analitycs, as well as content development for social networks.

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