Viewers cast doubt over De Lima’s alleged sex tape

Viewers cast doubt over De Lima’s alleged sex tape

- A copy of the alleged sex video of Sen. De Lima was shown to several anonymous individuals

- All of them believe that the video is fake

- They commented that the video is too blurry and that there are too many differences between De Lima and the woman in the video

Several people who watched the alleged sex video of embattled Senator Leila de Lima raised doubts over the authenticity of the tape.

A copy of the video was sent by a Filipino-American woman to The Inquirer which then sought other people to watch the sex tape to judge its authenticity.

The almost two-minute video shows a woman – who has a slight resemblance to De Lima – engaging in sexual intercourse with a man who appears to be black.

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Some of the viewers felt suspicious after seeing the woman looking at the camera all throughout the video as if she wants the viewers to really see her face.

However, some of the viewers also commented that the video was too blurry to identify the woman as De Lima.

Other viewers were also suspicious because the woman was wearing glasses while engaging in sexual intercourse. Some doubters believe that the woman was intentionally wearing glasses in order to better resemble De Lima.

One viewer was very convinced that the video was fake, saying that the differences between De Lima and the woman in the video are much greater than their similarities. He added that anyone who would believe that the video is real should have their eyesight checked by a professional.

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Another viewer also raised doubts over the watermark which suddenly appeared on the video just as the woman turned her face towards the camera.

One photographer who viewed the alleged sex tape also said that he has seen several porn clips which featured actresses who look like famous personalities.

A housewife who saw the explicit video also commented that everyone who would study the tape would conclude that it is a fake.

DOJ Chief Vitaliano Aguirre II is planning to present the video at the upcoming House inquiry regarding the alleged ties of De Lima to the drug lords inside the Bilibid.

However, several lawmakers have already expressed their opposition towards the plan, saying that it would be illegal to do so.

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