(L-R) Caregiver Milagros Angeles and ...

(L-R) Caregiver Milagros Angeles and former patient Arnold Max Bauer/Balitang America

There are 4 comments on the ABS-CBN News story from Feb 8, 2011, titled (L-R) Caregiver Milagros Angeles and former patient Arnold Max Bauer/Balitang America. In it, ABS-CBN News reports that:

EL CAJON, California Milagros Angeles, a Filipina caregiver accused of abusing her elderly victim, could face deportation.

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maria gonzalez

New Haven, IN

#1 Feb 11, 2011
I know her and her family. We are neighbors back in Zamboanga del Sur. She came from a very well off family and in fact she lived with us for awhile when she first came to the country. I can not believe that she had done this. I don't know what happen to her. I just can't believe it. We lost in touch when she left New Jersey when her sister took her from us. I have to pinch myself twice just to make sure I was not dreaming at all what I read.
chita japus

Makati, Philippines

#2 Feb 14, 2011
I was shocked when I heard the news in TV. I can't believe she does it. I know her very well because we live in the same municipality. We were classmates when we were in high school. We graduated together. She came from a very well known and rich family, so that I couldn't believe what had happened. That's how I now her.
margie mandane

San Diego, CA

#3 Apr 7, 2011
i meet her 3 yrs ago, i fact I'm trying to help her to find a job, she is very religious person, every time you talk to her always mention about god, i think the last time i was talking to her 2 yrs ago now and i ask her how's her job doin, and she told me she is not making enough money. I'm very surprise what happened to her.

Navarre, FL

#4 Apr 18, 2013
I knew Mrs. Milagros Angeles Apao,a daughter of an affluent Angeles family from Molave Zamboanga del Sur who was married to a certain Dr. M. Apao(deceased) from Jimenez, Misamis Occidental. I was 10 years old when we attended her wedding ceremony in her native town of Molave. She was a societal elite in the community with plenty of household maids. I was very very amazed why she migrated her in the U.S. and worked as a caregiver. This is a very sad story of a person that came from a wealthy family that worked to became a maid and imprisoned.

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