Lady Chiles (Adriana Rodriguez) Responds to Twitter and Facebook Attacks, Refuses to Apologize

A screenshot of the video of Lady Chiles.
A screenshot of the video of Lady Chiles.

Adriana Rodriguez, infamously known as Lady Chiles for recording her domestic employee, has responded to attacks leveled against her on Twitter, Facebook, and other social...

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