- The actress denied the allegations made during a House inquiry that she was a mistress of a Bilibid inmate named Vicente Sy
- Sy is accused of being one of the drug lords inside the NBP
- However, the actress admitted that she brought women to Sy inside the NBP in exchange for money
Actress Rosanna Roces on Thursday denied the allegations of Nonito Arile that she used to be a mistress of Bilibid inmate Vicente Sy, an alleged drug lord at the controversial prison.
However, the actress admitted to bringing women inside the Bilibid through Sy.
“Paanong magiging mistress eh babae ang dinadala ko ke Enteng. Kada hatid ko ng babae ay 25k ang binibigay sa akin,” the actress claimed.
(How could I be a mistress when I just bring women to Enteng. Every time I deliver women, he gives me 25K.)
She added that she was still given money for the delivery even if the inmates rejected a woman she delivered.
According to her Facebook post, the last time she delivered women to the NBP was three years ago.
Roces also pointed out that she would have been a wealthier person if she really was a mistress of a big-time drug lord.
“Di na sana ako nagpapakahirap magtrabaho ngayon. Baka producer na ako,” she said.
(I would not be having a hard time working now if I was a mistress. I might be a producer now.)
Roces also admitted to performing at a concert inside the prison which she said is the reason why some inmates know her too.
She added that she stopped bringing women to the Bilibid after one of the women she brought had an illness.
Rosanna Roces appeared in local movies such as “Comfort Women,” “Kirot 2,” “Pusakal,” “Selosa,” “Matrikula,” and “Patikim ng Pinya.”