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Did Krista Miller sell her body to Ricardo Camata in ten minutes?

Krista Miller
Krista Miller
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Starlet Krista Miller came out this afternoon June 6, 2014 to defend herself from malicious reports that put her name to shame. If you have seen the CCTV footage gathered by the DOJ, you will notice that Krista Miller stayed at Ricard Camata's room for only ten minutes.

Based on her statement at a press conference held in Quezon City, she was at the hospital last May 31 to sell a condominium unit to the convicted drug lord, Ricardo Camata. Krista was forced to defend herself when a DOJ Undersecretary confirmed her visit to the hospital where Camata was allegedly confined due to a lung cancer.

Incidentally, ABS-CBN News reported that even though Ricardo Camata was permitted by NBP Supt. Lansangan to seek medical attention outside the National Bureau of Prisons, he has failed to get the approval of DOJ Secretary Leila De Lima to go out of the NBP facility. Based on Undersecretary Baraan III’s statement, anybody who wants to visit prisoners in the hospital should get a clearance from the DOJ. Krista failed to do it, but like what she said, she was not aware of the process.

This report has made the starlet confuse, according to her, she was not aware of the process being implemented by the National Bureau of Prisons. Will the DOJ forgive Krista for her brave appearance?

Reports said the DOJ will summon Krista Miller to explain why she was at the hospital last May 31. There are speculations that she was selling her body, but according to her, she was there to sell a condominium unit to Ricardo Camata and the rumored sex trade is not really true.

Just minutes after hearing her statement, some observers took to their social media accounts and expressed their disbelief to Krista’s revelation. Many of them believe that she was at the venue to meet Ricardo Camata who paid for her talent fee when she was invited by the NBP to attend Flores De Mayo.

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