Livin' Lagordiloca Priscilla Villarreal, who calls herself "Lagordiloca," has become a highly controversial social media sensation in the border city of Laredo, Texas. Each night, Lagordiloca drives through the streets of Laredo chasing and live-streaming violent crime scenes, traffic accidents and immigration raids. She never finished high school, she has never had any training as a reporter, but when it comes to social media, she has more followers then Laredo's largest daily newspaper. But her unfiltered reporting style has landed her in trouble with the local police.
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Livin' Lagordiloca

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Priscilla Villarreal, who calls herself "Lagordiloca," has become a highly controversial social media sensation in the border city of Laredo, Texas. Each night, Lagordiloca drives through the streets of Laredo chasing and live-streaming violent crime scenes, traffic accidents and immigration raids. She never finished high school, she has never had any training as a reporter, but when it comes to social media, she has more followers then Laredo's largest daily newspaper. But her unfiltered reporting style has landed her in trouble with the local police.