Richard Acuna, ex-congressman and husband of Brunella Horna, is accused by Camila Ganoza, ex-partner and mother of the politician’s last daughter, of psychological abuse. The complainant spoke for the cameras of “Magaly TV, the firm” and told some details of his relationship with the heir of César Acuña. Likewise, she affirmed that on more than one occasion he was unfaithful to her and revealed that, on several occasions, he took the minor on a trip without her permission.
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Camila Ganoza provides details of her relationship with Richard Acuña
Camila Ganoza He told the Magaly Medina program everything he experienced during his relationship with Richard Acuña. As she was able to recount, the former Alianza Para el Progreso member of parliament constantly verbally assaulted her, even in the presence of her youngest daughter.
“I had a lot of psychological abuse from him and abuse in other ways (ways), which he knows are true and that he will not be able to deny me. They minimized me as a woman. He has yelled at me many times at home, in front of my daughter. He has always tried to do me less,” he said.
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Camila Ganoza assures that Richard Acuña sent her to continue
Among his statements, Camila Ganoza He explained that, after Richard Acuña’s various disrespects, he decided to leave the department that he paid for. Despite this, the abuse did not stop. As mentioned in the report, Brunella Horna’s current husband would have ordered her and her daughter to be followed when they went out for a walk.
“They have taken photos of me, he himself sent me a photo that he had captured, where my boyfriend and my daughter were on the beach. In other words, he sends us to take photos. Those who noticed were from a group on the beach that They told us that they photographed us from a house,” he said.
If you have been or know someone who was affected or involved in acts of family or sexual violence, you can contact for free atline 100created by the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations, of the Peruvian Government.
In addition, Line 100 has the power to refer the most serious cases of family or sexual violence to the Women’s Emergency Centers or the Urgent Care Service. The service is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year, including holidays.