Thursday, January 5, 2012

Janelle to file charges vs Ramgen’s siblings

Janelle Manahan, girlfriend of slain actor Ramgen Revilla, plans to file another case against her late boyfriend’s siblings for allegedly spreading online, a private video that shows her intimate moments with Ramgen.

Lawyer Luke Espiritu, Janelle’s legal counsel said in an interview on TV Patrol on Tuesday, January 3, that Ramgen’s siblings have an access to his belongings, even as Genelyn Magsaysay, the slain actor’s mother, denies responsibility for the leaked video.

“They have access to all of Ramgen’s personal effects, including laptop computers. They have the motive because the effect of this sex video is precisely in order to harass Janelle Manahan,” Espiritu said.

The Anti-Voyeurism Act of 2009, co-authored by Ramgen’s half-brother Sen. Bong Revilla, prohibits the creation, copying, selling and publishing of photos or videos of persons performing a sexual act or any similar activity without the consent of the persons involved.

Genelyn explained that she cannot do something that would harm her son.

“Kung makita man namin iyon, mas lalo naming itatabi. Di namin ilalabas iyon dahil kawawa naman ang bata. Patay na ang anak ko, nasisira pa,” she said on “TV Patrol” on the same day.

‘Sick people’

Paranaque City Police also denied spreading the video, saying that the camera used in the said clip is not in their possession.

“Definitely, wala pong gagawa nito sa aming side. Whoever did this sa tingin namin are the same sick people,” Senior Superintendent Billy Beltran said.

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