- Sunshine Cruz recently took to Facebook to vent her frustration
- She was furious over a van that apparently came from her ex-husband Cesar Montano
- According to her, this van is beyond repair and could endanger the lives of her children
Celebrity ex-couple Sunshine Cruz and Cesar Montano seems to have another misunderstanding over a van that came from the latter.
On February 2, Friday, Sunshine wrote on her Facebook a lengthy post venting her frustration over this van which was meant for her 3 daughters.
However, according to Sunshine, this van was beyond repair and could endanger the lives of her children, which Abante reported.
Apparently this van came from her ex-husband Cesar Montano.
"I am returning that van anytime soon. Not allowing my children to beg anymore for something they deserve. Enough is enough."
Read Sunshine's full post below:
Abante asked for Sunshine's comment over her post on Facebook and she replied via text with:
“Walang away Jun. It’s the obligation that he should have done for the kids. My children shouldn’t beg for something they deserve! Utos ng korte na hindi nya na naman ginampanan. Kapag ayaw talagang ayaw.
“Anyways, we’ve decided to return the van he lent the kids anytime soon. Last year pa nissan already said it’s not safe to use pero pinagpipilitan nya parin. Kawawa kids baka ma aksidente. Nawalan na nga ng preno eh.
“No plans of accepting a replacement from him. It’s clear naman na mawalan man ng preno ang van na pinahiram nya, dedma sya sa safety ng kids. Keri na Jun. Hindi natin hawak utak at puso ng tao. Nasa pagkatao na talaga yan.”
However, when Abante asked for a comment from someone who's close to Cesar Montano, “Binigay na sa kanya (Sunshine) ‘yung van, kaya dapat siya na ang nagmi-maintain no’n para maging maganda ang takbo."
Sunshine and Cesar have separated for 5 years already and are still waiting for the court to grant their annulment.
Sunshine is now romantically involved with businessman, Macky Mathay.
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