- Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray personally went to the National Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday
- The beauty queen wanted to file a complaint against the circulating malicious photo of her
- Catriona’s camp also would like to hold accountable whoever edited the photo and spread it online
- Earlier, her legal counsel already denounced the viral photo and called it “fake”
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Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray arrived at the headquarters of the National Bureau of Investigation to file a complaint regarding the “fake” malicious photo of her that went viral on social media.
KAMI learned that the Miss Universe 2018 herself went to the NBI regarding this matter.
In a report by GMA News Online, the legal camp of Catriona already said that they were coordinating with the authorities to hold accountable whoever edited the photo and spread it online.
"We will likewise take legal action against those involved in the manufacture and publication of said photo," it said in the statement.
"We strongly denounce this vicious attempt to tarnish the good name of Ms. Gray," it added.
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Catriona Gray is the fourth Filipina that was crowned as the Miss Universe. Recently, she is trending after her ex-boyfriend, Clint Bondad, posted cryptic messages against her and her current partner, actor Sam Milby.
The Miss Universe 2018 posted a cryptic message as well on her Instagram story amid the viral posts of Clint.
Meanwhile, Catriona’s legal counsel, Atty. Joji Alonso already denounced the malicious viral photo of the beauty queen and called it “fake.”
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