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Vhong Navarro case: Deniece Cornejo changed her name to Demi Cornejo

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Twelve hours ago, while everyone was searching and reading some important news about the arrest warrants issued by Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez of the Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 271 for the serious illegal detention case filed by actor-host Vhong Navarro, the TV and print ad model Deniece Cornejo, was also busy changing her name and profile picture on Facebook. Incidentally, the National Bureau of Investigation and the Philippine National Police are still searching for her since yesterday, April 21, 2014, but based on the an updated report from TV Patrol a while ago, Deniece is still at large.

Speculations came out last night that she has stopped using her social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) after hearing the news regarding the release of arrest warrants against her, Cedric Lee, Zimmer Raz, Jed Fernandez, and Ferdinand Guerrero to keep away from the netizens' malicious comments. Some observers might have wrong impression to Deniece because based on the activity of her Facebook account, she is still using it, in fact, she has successfully changed her name and profile picture twelve hours ago.

Deniece Cornejo changed her name to Demi Cornejo, several hours after she changed her cover photo. Her cover photo shows her stand in her previously filed rape complaint against Vhong Navarro which was dismissed by the Department of Justice due to lack of evidence, its caption says "Don't justify rape by blaming women."

Meanwhile, the authorities are doing everything to find Deniece including all her co-accused to send them to jail, unfortunately, despite the combined effort of the NBI and the PNP, the TV and print ad model and her co-accused in the Vhong Navarro case are also doing what they want freely. Their lawyer, Atty. Howard Calleja has been given the opportunity to say something about his clients' submission yesterday, but according to the news, he refused to comment on the issue.

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