- The National Bureau of Investigation revealed that Norman Mangusin, a.k.a. Francis Leo Marcos, does not own the properties that he uses in his vlogs
- According to the NBI, the house at Green Meadows does not belong to him, and he is not even the one who is renting the place
- The NBI chief also mentioned that aside from this, Mangusin will also be facing charges for violating the passport law
- When the NBI asked him to present business permits such as DTI registration, he was not able to present anything
Vic Lorenzo, chief of NBI Cybercrime Division, during an interview with Erwin Tulfo answered many of the questions that people have regarding Norman Mangusin.
Lorenzo stated that Mangusin has two passports, one, is for Francis Leo Marcos, and the other is for Norman Mangusin.
Because of this, Mangusin will be charged with violation of the Passport Law, in addition to the charges for violating the Optometry Law.
Erwin also asked about the businesses of Mangusin, which, according to Lorenzo, when they asked him to produce permits for his alleged businesses, he wasn't able to provide one.
Eventually, Erwin asked about the homes and the luxury cars that Mangusin would use in his vlogs.
The NBI categorically said that the house in Green Medows, the one in Quezon City, and the cars, do not belong to Mangusin.
Here's the full interview:
In a previous KAMI report, the National Bureau of Investigation arrested Marcos and outlined the charges that he would be facing.
Francis Leo Marcos, a.k.a. Norman Mangusin is an internet personality and vlogger. He presents himself as an ultra-rich guy who is very generous and who helps a lot of people.
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