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Maid accuses Claudine Barretto of ‘maltreatment’, unjust compensation

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Dec. 17, 17 | 11:03 am

Actress Claudine Barretto has made it #Number 1 on Youtube’s (PH) trending videos after her former maid complained about the actress alleged bad behavior towards her.

The woman sought Raffy Tulfo’s help in the newscast program “Aksyon” to get just payment for taking care of the actress when she was confined in the hospital recently.

“Ayaw ko po sa ugali niya eh. Pati na din po yung secretary niya, yung security niya.

“Ayaw ko po kasi lagi po naninigaw. Wala po akong ginagawang mali. Pati na din pong si Claudine na yan.

“Pa’g mangutos po iyan, makasigaw po sa akin tumitirik pa ang mata. Akalamo kung anong ginagawa ko sa kanyang mali. Wala naman akong ginagawa sa kanya,” the woman told Tulfo.

When asked about the amount of money she has yet to get from the actress, the maid said she has already received her 16-day-service payment. However, she still wanted to get the PhP200 balance as she had worked for 17 days.

Tulfo offered the maid that he would just pay the amount, but she wanted to get more than that – an additional payment for taking care of Barretto while she was in the hospital.

She said she was hired from an agency with a job description of being a babysitter to Barretto’s children.

She recounted sleepless night in the hospital and alleged that the actress would often call her, almost “every minute” to accompany her to the washroom to either urinate or smoke.

“Ako na po ang kusang umalis sa kanya. Dahil hindi ko na po kaya eh,” the woman added.

She also said that she made sure her things were checked before she left the actress house.

It can be recalled the Barretto and her estranged husband Raymart Santiago had history of a rift with the Tulfo brothers back in 2012 when the former couple file grave threat charges against them after they berated Barretto on their television show in 2012.

The Tulfos were defending their eldest brother after a viral video titled “Thrilla in NAIA” showed Barretto and Santiago beating up the elder Tulfo at the NAIA May 2012.

The actress and Santiago made peace with columnist Raffy Tulfo, two years after the incident.

 

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