- A friend of Christine Dacera narrated during a televised press conference attended by many news networks that the deceased told her about her drink
- Rommel Galido, said that Christine came up to him and told him that she thinks somebody put something in her drink but he dismissed her statement
- Upon the prodding of reporters, Rom named the guy whom Christine was referring to, and he said that Tine stated it was "Mark"
- His exact words upon describing what Christine allegedly told him verbatim was, "I think Mark."
Four of the suspects in the Christine Dacera case faced the camera and held a presscon. They answered questions from different reporters.
One of the questions that cropped during the interview was about talks that something was put in Christine's drink.
He said, "Tumabi siya sa’kin, then sabi niya, ‘Sis, parang I feel something, parang naiiba ‘yung pakiramdam ko.’ I think merong naglagay sa drink niya, sabi niya sa’kin. Then sabi ko, ‘Who?’ and then sabi niya, ‘I think Mark."
Rom then said he dismissed Christine and said, "Gágá, kung anu-anong pinag-iisip mo."
After this, he recounted that he went back to sleep.
Reporters then prodded further, who was Christine referring to, and he said that it was "Mark Anthony Rosales."
Friends of Christine Dacera gave an interview to ABS-CBN and recounted how good their friend really was. One of her friends, Andrei Barretto, candidly recalled his last conversation with Christine on New Year's Eve on IG.
Andrei said that he replied to her story and that while he told Christine that he was at home, she told him that she booked a room with friends. When Andrei told her, baka "mapano ka dyan," she replied that it's negative because her companions were "mas babae pa" than her.
Expert forensic pathologist Dr. Raquel Fortun explained that it would be very unusual for a young individual to die of rupture aortic aneúrysm and mentioned that the common cause of such is high blood pressure.
She added that it is hard to connect drugs or intoxication and thoracic aneúrysm but noted that it would have been best if blood and urine samples were taken from Dacera for toxicology. Fortun also noted that based on the autopsy report, there was no sign of rape because she said, seeing spermatozoa is inconclusive of rape and added on zooming in on the possibility of drugs causing death.
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