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Vhong Navarro learned his lessons from Deniece Cornejo and Cedric Lee

Vhong Navarro, Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo
Vhong Navarro, Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo
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As you have seen on TV this evening, Feb. 6, 2014 (Philippine time), actor-TV host Vhong Navarro, is already out of the hospital, and based on the latest report, he went to the Department of Justice earlier this afternoon and swore his complaint versus Deniece Cornejo, Cedric Lee and his men.

As you all know, Vhong Navarro has filed six criminal charges against these people through his lawyers several days ago, and if these cases will push through, Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo and six others might stay in jail while these cases are being heard before the court because of serious illegal detention case which is a non-bailable offense.

Meanwhile, after almost an hour in the DOJ, he gave an interview to Ms. Korina Sanchez, one of the news anchors of ABS-CBN. In the interview, Vhong admitted that he is afraid not only for himself but also for his family, but according to him, he will continue to fight until the end. The TV host-actor turned emotional when asked about his family especially his two sons. He almost cried.

The good thing is, Vhong still delivered his message to all of his supporters despite his condition. "To all of you guys who helped and prayed for me, thank you so much," he said. Aside from thanking his supporters, he also gave some important points to remember when you are already in a relationship, according to him, it is better to stay away from other women if you are already in a relationship.

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