- Anne Curtis learned about the controversial incidents that happened at the burial of baby River
- She was able to see photos showing how strict the policemen were to Reina Mae Nasino
- The actress could not help but air her frustration upon seeing the treatment of cops to the said political detainee
- Anne wondered if it was too much for them to show compassion to the grieving mother
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Anne Curtis did not hesitate to air her frustration over how the authorities treated political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino at the burial of her 3-month-old child.
KAMI learned that the said detainee was given 3 hours to attend to the burial of baby River at the Manila North Cemetery on Friday afternoon.
However, the said event supposedly for grieving became controversial because of how strict the policemen were while guarding Nasino.
Photos showed that her handcuffs were not removed even during the time when her innocent daughter was being laid to rest.
Anne, who is currently in Australia, learned about the incident when Philstar.com uploaded several pictures taken during the burial.
She asked if it was too much for the authorities to have compassion for a mother who just lost her angel.
“Was it really too much to ask to have compassion for a grieving mother?” the celebrity wrote on Twitter.
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Anne Curtis is a popular actress and product endorser in the Philippines. She is currently married to Erwan Heussaff and they already have one daughter.
She recently got emotional over the much-awaited comeback of “It’s Showtime” on free TV. The said show aired its first episode on Zoe TV on October 10.
The celebrity also uploaded an adorable photo showing her priceless bonding moment with baby Dahlia. The said picture was able to stun a lot of social media users.
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