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Tony Calvento wants everyone to be vigilant in the Vhong Navarro-Cedric Lee case

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A report from ABS-CBN News posted this morning, April 11, 2014 confirmed that Atty. Howard Calleja, lawyer of Cedric Lee and Deniece Cornejo has already filed a motion to prevent the arrest of his client, Cedric Lee, who is now receiving criticism due to his rumored Dubai trip. The allegation was reported by Ms. Korina Sanchez, a very brave lady news anchor of TV Patrol just an hour ago.

According to Ms. Sanchez, host of Rated K, the ABS-CBN News had gotten a manifest from Cebu Pacific that confirms the scheduled flight of Cedric Lee this Saturday. At around 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon, the controversial businessman is scheduled to leave the country going to Dubai, but after a few minutes, Ms. Korina Sanchez confirmed that Cedric Lee had already cancelled his flight.

After hearing the report, using their Facebook and Twitter accounts, the fans and supporters expressed their anger to the controversial businessman, according to them, Cedric should not escape but face the charges filed by actor-TV host Vhong Navarro. Meanwhile, several hours ago, Tony Calvento, avid supporter of Vhong Navarro, appealed to everyone especially those who are supporting his crusade, to be vigilant.

He also encouraged his Facebook followers to look out for the fake Facebook account/s of the It's Showtime host. His call for help started when he noticed that someone was using the actor's name on Facebook. According to him, Vhong is not an active Facebook user because his account had already pulled down as requested by his girlfriend, Tanya and showbiz manager, Chito Rono.

Going back to Cedric Lee's rumored scheduled flight to Dubai, Ms. Korina Sanchez added that the immigration look out bulletin is still effective and if the businessman, Cedric Lee, is really planning to leave the country to escape, he will be held for a while but due to lack of HDO (Hold Departure Order) from the DOJ, he can still leave the country.

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