Everyone in the industry knew that actor-TV host Vhong Navarro is enjoying his comeback on It's Showtime two months and a half after the mauling incident happened. Based on a posted article of push.com.ph, an entertainment website of ABS-CBN, this morning, April 3, 2014, he is doing a movie with Solenn Heusaff, one of the sexy actresses in the backyard of GMA-7, rival network of the biggest and most powerful network in the country, ABS-CBN.
In his interview with push, Vhong confirmed that the trauma is still there. He also confirmed that a scene from the movie Da Possessed with Solenn Heusaff where he was going to be beaten up by several men has affected him so much. Vhong received words of encouragement from his followers and supporters online just minutes after reading a post of Mr. Tony Calvento on his official Facebook page.
They told him to be strong and promised to stay while the cases he filed against Cedric Lee, Bernice Lee, Deniece Cornejo and others involved in the incident are still in the court. Undoubtedly, he is lucky to have Mr. Tony Calvento as one of his supporters because he can easily reach the fans with the help of the very brave journalist.
Just an hour ago, he updated his Facebook page, and as expected, he posted important updates about the case, but instead of giving positive news, the print and broadcast journalist told his followers that Vhong Navarro is facing another rape case and it has already been filed at the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office. "Received a text message from Atty. Alma Mallonga: 'FROM PEP Good evening Atty. Alma. We received a feed that there's another rape charge filed against Vhong at the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office," Tony Calvento posted.
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