- A CCTV footage of Bree Jonson and Julian Ongpin showed a particular moment that the two were together before she was found unconscious
- The footage was shared by Philippine National Police Chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar during a press conference on September 23
- In the footage, both were seen like they were having sort of an altercation with each other
- As per the report, Jonson then went back to their room right after she talked with Ongpin
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The CCTV footage of Bree Jonson and Julian Ongpin, before she was found unconscious, was released by the police.
In a press conference on Thursday, September 23, Philippine National Police Chief Police General Guillermo Eleazar, released the footage, which showed that, according to the police, the two were "like having an altercation with each other," as reported by Inquirer.
As based on the video, it was at 2:56 a.m., Sept. 18, that Ongpin went out of their rented room then sat down the stairs, reported GMA News.
Thereafter, Ongpin started to drink. Bree then went outside, bent down, took the bottle and drank from it too.
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Ongpin immediately stood up and grabbed the bottle from her.
Thereafter, Bree went inside and according to the police, they were "like having an altercation."
As per Rappler, Ongpin is the son of Roberto Ongpin, who was a former Trade Minister.
Bree Jonson is an artist, a painter. She turned 30 last July. She is known in showbiz circles and have close friends who are known celebs.
She was found dead in a resort in La Union. At the time, it was uncertain what caused her death albeit the police filed charges against her companion, Julian Ongpin, the son of billionaire Roberto "Bobby" Ongpin. The suspect also tested positive for cocaine use. According to the report, there was 12.6 grams of illegal drugs that was recovered from the room where Bree's body was discovered.
Painter Bree Jonson's autopsy was finally released to the public and it showed that the cause of her death was asphyxia. This was released by the Police Regional Office 1 (PRO1) chief on Wednesday, September 22. She also tested positive for cocaine use, according to PRO1 director Police Brigadier General Emmanuel Peralta. Her body was discovered at a beach resort in La Union, and charges were already filed against Julian Ongpin, son of a billionaire.