Nadine Lustre laments Parañaque hit-and-run incident amid PH ‘flawed’ justice system

Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre. Image: Instagram/@nadine

Nadine Lustre expressed sympathy for a recent 63-year-old hit-and-run victim in Parañaque, stating how there is no assurance the incident would be “handled accordingly” under the “flawed” justice system in the country.

The actress vented her frustration while reposting a copy of the CCTV footage of the said incident, through her Twitter page yesterday, Sept. 25. Lustre later removed the said video, describing it as very triggering.

Lustre then asked fans for an update on the driver of the vehicle, identified as Raymond Maraña, who reportedly abandoned the victim on the road because he “was not aware” he hit a person.

“Not buying the whole ‘unaware’ [bullsh*t]. Mararamdaman mo naman siguro kung may nabangga ka (You would probably feel it when you hit someone),” she said.

“Our justice system is so flawed we don’t even know if this issue will be handled accordingly. Naiiyak talaga ako para kay lola at sa pamilya niya (I can’t help but cry for grandmother and her family),” she added.

Broadcaster Karen Davila also earlier called for help for the victim who is currently in the hospital after suffering severe injuries, including a broken skull. Maraña was arrested and will be facing a complaint of reckless imprudence resulting in serious physical injury. JB


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