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Krista Miller was the guest of drug lord Ricardo Camata in the hospital

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Krista Miller is in the news this morning, June 4, 2014, according to ABS-CBN News, she was one of the visitors of convicted drug lord Ricardo Camata during his stay at a hospital recently. Ricardo Camata, a leader of Sigue-Sigue Sputnik Gang, was confined at the Mteropolitan Hospital to receive treatment for a lung cancer, according to a report, he was permitted to go out of the Bilibid by NBP Chief Supt. Fajardo Lansangan even without the consent of DOJ Sec. Leila De Lima.

In an interview with DZMM Radio, Justice Undersecretary Fajardo confirmed that Krista Miller visited the drug lord last May 31 at the Metropolitan Hospital in Manila. Up to this very moment, despite the allegation from the Justice Undersecretary, Krista is keeping her silence, but according to some observers, she will give her side in due time like what happened last year when she received foul messages from her bashers online due to an alleged affair with Cesar.

Last year, the name Krista Miller was one of the trending topics on social media, based on the report, Krista flirted the actor-director Cesar Montano, husband of Sunshine Cruz, while they were just doing the true-to-life movie of Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim. Upon hearing the report, Krista immediately denied the allegation, based on her narration, she was just working with Cesar and the rumored third party issue with her director was not really true.

Sunshine left their house with the kids after several weeks, and until now, she is living with them far from her husband Cesar Montano. Reports claimed that she is happy with her life despite the fact that she is raising her kids alone. After their separation, Cesar decided not to speak about the issue, until now, he is keeping his silence when it comes to Sunshine and his kids.

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