Luis Andaur distanced himself from Claudio Iturra’s death: “We were not even close”

Luis Andaur distanced himself from Claudio Iturra’s death: “We were not even close”
Luis Andaur distanced himself from Claudio Iturra’s death: “We were not even close”

After the death of the driver Claudio Iturrasome viewers began to ask Luis Andaur that referred to what happened, since both figures dedicated themselves to adventure programs during their professional careers.

Journalist Luis Andaur decided to distance himself from Iturra’s death on his Instagram account. “Claudito died… Take care, you are the only ones who gave different content to TV,” one of his followers wrote to him.

“Unfortunate a death, although we were not even close in our ways,” Iturra responded.

Accusations of abuse of power and psychological abuse

It is worth remembering that one of the points that marked Claudio Iturra’s career were the labor complaints against him by several workers and former collaborators, who included the traveler Luis Andaur.

Through a letter delivered to The Clinic in 2016, 19 professionals who worked with the television host They reported their mistreatment.

“We know personally that Mr. Iturra, current host of the program
‘Indomitable Culture’ and ‘Wonders of the World’ on Channel 13 and 13C, expresses himself with shouts and bad words, denigrates his colleagues and employees, is prone to attacks of anger, constant threats, mistreatment, harassment, assignment of tasks absolutely unrelated to the professional relationshipcontrol of their employees’ social networks and many other practices that seem absolutely inadequate to us,” the document stated on that occasion.

We want to raise awareness of the psychological damage that this type of actions can cause and motivate all those who have experienced similar situations to raise their voices to prevent the above from continuing to happen,” he added.

 
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