A month ago Santiago ‘Chano’ Moreno Charpentier He starred in a confusing episode in which the Police intervened and for which he was admitted to the Otamendi Sanatorium with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. As a result of the fact they had to operate him urgently and lost a kidney, spleen, and part of the pancreas. After spending more than two weeks in the clinic, he was discharged and referred to a rehabilitation center to treat his drug addiction. Although its evolution was kept completely hermetic, his uncle Esteban Charpentier published in the last hours a photo of the artist.
In the capture the musician and the writer are seen in the open air. While his uncle hugs him, he smiles holding the text Gone With the Wind. Comic poetry. “Look who reads the book“Esteban wrote in the post.
For its part, his brother bambi shared through his Instagram stories a reflection and a message of thanks to all his followers. “A little over a month passed from a horror movie that we had to live as a family. There was not a single day that I did not receive messages of support, good vibes and concern. Perhaps thanks to the music we make, which in some strange way allows me to be part of their lives; or for whatever reason, I appreciate it from the heart”, He expressed.
“I am moved by the people who choose to go through this life connecting with others, feeling empathy and hugging each other when we need it most. Thank you ”, he closed with three heart emojis.
What did Chano say after the incident
They were difficult weeks and although his painting was very delicate, Chano managed to recover. After receiving the medical discharge, he published a video on his social networks where he thanked the messages of encouragement and explained what the steps to follow would be from there on.
“I am Chano from the Otamendi hospital, the place where I miraculously recovered thanks to all its staff of doctors, nurses, clinical doctors, managers, who have treated me as I have never been treated in a hospital in my life, “he said, highlighting the work of health professionals.
Chano’s video from the clinic: “I have to recover from my addiction.” (Photo: Capture)
“I am going to another place to continue with my treatment where I need a lot of respect not only for myself but for the colleagues who need silence to be able to continue with the treatment of their disease,” he said. Hopeful, he assured that he is happy because he trusts that the best was yet to come.
He then thanked all the people who were in the place to look out for his recovery and pointed out: “I want to thank the boys who are experiencing cold downstairs. This is not a capricious manifestation or indifference but I have to put myself first and I have to get over my drug addiction”.