Melinda Meza Wiki – Melinda Meza Bio
Melinda Meza who lives in Stockton she is the local California television reporter who accidentally filmed her naked husband in the shower while filming a report from his home bathroom.
Melinda Meza is a KCRA 3 correspondent in Sacramento and generally lives in Joaquin County, where she acts as the head of the office in the region. The journalist has been working from home due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and she was in her bathroom doing a live story about some stylists who wanted to return to work.
However, in the reflection of the mirror, a man can be seen in the shower naked. The person in the background is presumed to be her husband, Mike de Lambert, according to the Daily Mail. Meza has yet to comment on the incident.
Melinda Meza Children & Husband
She is the youngest of six-seven children, and the reporter said, “My parents, Tom and Helen Meza, taught me so much such as honesty, integrity, perseverance and family values. They are in heaven now. I hope I make them proud.”
Melinda Meza Experince
Meza, who lives in Stockton, is the Chief of the San Joaquin County Office and has more than 15 years of experience in television news. He graduated from San Diego State University and attended the Poynter Institute.
Social Media Reacted On Video
The video of the interview went viral on Twitter, garnering a lot of user feedback. One user commented, “Is this a good time for a video interview?” “My husband is in the shower but it should be fine.” Another said, “Yeah … I might want to do the TV broadcast in the living room or in the private office. No one wants to see your man showering, boo. A Twitter user said,” Who takes an interview on their private bathroom, anyway? ” One individual said, “Oh dear. Someone will be embarrassed at work,” and someone replied, “I don’t think I should be more than proud!”
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