"[É] something that would not matter if the journalist in question was not Judite Sousa – go and find out why, "she said.
Judite Sousa was involved in a new controversy this Friday, day 2, after a press video was released that shows a supposed discussion between the journalist and a co-worker.
In these images, Judite and the cameraman, who accompanied her to Brazil to cover the recent elections in the country, argue that she is having difficulties recording at the place indicated by her colleague.
Annoyed that the video was released without any apparent context, the TVI journalist turned to social networks to show her displeasure and explain what motivated the disagreement.
"Considering the seriousness of images of a normal working conversation between a journalist and an image reporter about the best place to do a direct job (something that would not matter if the journalist in question were not Judite Sousa – let me know why), I'd like you to know for me that I have a vision problem that ophthalmologists call 'photophobia' ", contextualized Judite on his Instagram, thus justifying the fact that he had asked the colleague so that the report, which was to be recorded during the video, was made in another place.
According to Judite Sousa's statements, photophobia "stems from the levels of vitamin A that are reflected in the retina." In these cases, ocular exposure to light becomes very difficult.
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