The libel cases have not been dismissed with finality, says Gretchen's lawyer.
Gretchen Fullido's lawyer, Atty. Marvin B. Aceron, has just released a statement on her filing for motions of reconsideration on the recently dismissed libel charges against ABS-CBN news executives Cecilia Victoria "Ces" Drilon and Marie Lozano."Please do not
According to the court, the words against Gretchen Fullido are not defamatory.
The City Prosecutors' Office of Quezon City has dismissed the libel charges Gretchen Fullido filed against ABS-CBN news executives Cecilia Victoria "Ces" Drilon and Marie Lozano.According to the court, Drilon's and Lozano's statements were not defamatory or libelous.
Ces Drilon says she might take legal action against Gretchen Fullido.
On October 6, following her implication in the sexual harassment case showbiz reporter Gretchen Fullido filed against members of the ABS-CBN news organization (particularly Cheryl Favila, former TV Patrol supervising producer, and Maricar Asprec, a segment producer), ABS-CBN News Executive
She also filed libel cases against two news executives of ABS-CBN.
On October 5, 2018, Atty. Marvin B. Aceron of APV Law Offices posted a Facebook status revealing that ABS-CBN anchor and news reporter Gretchen Fullido has filed "criminal cases against [ABS-CBN] news executives and reporters for sexual harassment, libel, and
But his confession came only after the NBI came calling.
Her edit history was used as evidence.
A 20-year-old woman living in Barangay Calumpang, General Santos City was recently arrested for writing a libelous Facebook post.The woman, identified as Ellen Jane Amado, reportedly wrote a post maligning a 16-year-old girl whom she had a
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Today, the Cybercrime Prevention Act, which spells drastic consequences for Internet users, takes effect. Where do YOU stand on this controversial law? Vote in our poll!
Filipino netizens have erupted in a mass uproar over Republic Act No. 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012--which takes effect today, October 3--with good reason.To its credit, RA 10175 aims to criminalize malicious offenses such as online
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