- The son of Claire dela Fuente is being tagged as one of the suspects in Christine Dacera case
- However, Gregorio de Guzman firmly denied all the serious accusations thrown against him
- He said that he did not “sexually abuse” the flight attendant because he is a member of the LGBTQ+ community
- Meanwhile, the Chief of Police of Makati City criticized the “Bakla po ako” statement of one of the suspects
The current Chief of Police of Makati City has criticized the statement aired by Gregorio de Guzman regarding the death of Christine Dacera.
KAMI learned that the son of Claire dela Fuente is tagged as one of the suspects in the tragic incident involving the 23-year-old flight attendant.
The gentleman claimed that he tried to save the gorgeous lady’s life when he found her unconscious in a hotel bathtub.
Gregorio even said that the allegation that he “sexually abused” the victim is not true because he is a member of the LGBTQ+ community.
“Nandoon po kami… Until the end, hindi namin iniwan si Tin. Kaya ang sakit ng mga sinasabi nila. Hindi nila alam ang nangyari,” he told GMA News.
“Bakla po ako, never akong nakipagtalik sa babae,” he added.
Through an exclusive broadcast of Jeck Batallones for ABS-CBN, Harold Depositar, the chief of police of Makati City, said that gays are still considered as men.
He also expressed that the members of LGBTQ+ community still have “instincts” especially if they are under the influence of alcohol.
“Lalake pa din sila,” he stated.
“May instinct yan, lalo na if you’re under the influence of intoxicating alcohol," he added.
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The incident involving Christine Dacera continues to make headlines in the online world. People are shouting for justice regarding the flight attendant’s death.
Several screenshots of the CCTV footage that captured the woman’s last moments in a Makati hotel were finally released to the public.
It was also reported that the hotel where Christine was found lifeless might get suspended. The information was included in the order sent by the Department of Tourism.
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