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Vhong Navarro-Cedric Lee case: Tony Calvento talks about arrest warrants

Tony Calvento, Vhong Navarro, Cedric Lee
Tony Calvento, Vhong Navarro, Cedric Lee
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The ABS-CBN's comedy movie "Da Possessed" starring the controversial actor Vhong Navarro and sexy actress Solenn Heusaff has officially opened in theaters nationwide on Saturday, April 19, 2014. Based on an article of ABS-CBN News, "Da Possessed" is the fourth and reunion movie of Vhong with the box office movie director, Joyce Bernal.

In 2003, their tandem had released "Mr. Suave" followed by "D' Anothers" in 2005 and in 2007, they presented "AgentX44" to the movie going public. These movies had reached the expected gross income of the management, and for the fifth time, the men and women behind the biggest TV network in the Philippines, decided to give the actor another chance to prove that he still has the magic when it comes to box office.

With the help of sexy actress Solenn, his supporters believe that Vhong Navarro can do it again despite the negative issues that almost ruined his personality. His battle in court with Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo and Roxanne Cabanero is still one of the hottest topics online this morning, almost three months after the mauling incident happened.

The Taguig Metropolitan Trial Court has already issued arrest warrants against Cedric and his men for grave coercion case, but for some reasons, Cedric Lee along with Ferdinand Guerrero, Jose Paolo Calma, Bernice Lee and Zimmer Raz, decided not to post bail. But while some people are wondering why these people had failed to follow the law, Tony Calvento, one of the members of Team Vhong Navarro, posted figurative words on his official Facebook page yesterday.

According to him, a big breaking news will come out very soon. He added that it will be an Easter gift to all the loyal supporters of Vhong Navarro. Mr. Calvento's post received bulk messages from his Facebook followers, many of them believe that the brave print and broadcast journalist's post is about the soon-to-be issued arrest warrants for the non-bailable serious illegal detention case.

Two hours ago, Tony Calvento came back and posted another figurative words on his Facebook page. "Arrest warrants are not issued on holidays and that includes Holy Thursday up to Easter Sunday. Please just wait," Tony Calvento posted. Was he talking about the arrest warrants for serious illegal detention or grave coercion case?

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