BBC journalist Victoria Cook tweeted footage of a annoyed man shouting on the presenter close to the scene of the disaster.
The unidentified man mentioned: “Right, you didn’t come here when people were telling you that the building was unsafe! That is not newsworthy. You come here when people die. Why?”
Ms Cook claimed the Channel four presenter was “mobbed” and that there was a “huge hostility to the media” on the scene of the tragedy.
She tweeted: “I hope people know that @BBCLondonNews is here to HELP not hinder -please contact me if you want to appeal for missing people Grenfell.”
The incident occurred after residents’ teams claimed they raised issues concerning the constructing’s security, which had been lately refurbished.
Kensington and Chelsea Council admitted it had acquired complaints over the works, after a residents’ motion group mentioned its warnings over security had fallen on “deaf ears”.
The Grenfell Action Group, in a weblog publish from 2016, additionally mentioned “only a catastrophic event” would expose points the residents had.
Prime Minister Theresa May has confronted fierce criticism for not assembly these affected by the blaze sooner.
Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn, London mayor Sadiq Khan, Prince William and the Queen have all visited the native space.
Mr Corbyn, after visiting the positioning, mentioned: “I let you know this – many residents I met there this afternoon are very offended.
“They’re very offended that they’ve raised issues about this constructing, that the Grenfell Action Group raised issues about this constructing, that their issues weren’t answered, questions they requested weren’t responded to.”
Police have revealed the variety of individuals lacking and presumed lifeless within the Grenfell Tower fireplace has risen to 58.
Grenfell Tower supplied social housing for roughly 600 individuals.