- Dr. Ging Racaza is the wife of the partner of Liz Uy, Raymond Racaza
- In a recent interview, Liz romanticized their story and stated that Raymond has already been annulled then
- A friend of Dr. Ging gave exact month and year as to when the annulment really transpired
One of the most controversial stories affecting high-society today is the one that involves a respected doctor, her husband and celebrity stylist Liz Uy.
KAMI learned that Dr. Ging Racaza is the wife of Raymond Racaza, partner of Liz Uy, father of her son Xavi.
It can be recalled that Liz hid her pregnancy from the public and the latter was even taken by surprise when she announced that she had a child.
Netizens questioned the real dates as to when the annulment between Dr. Ging took place because based on the interview and the article written about Liz, Raymond had already been annulled prior to their relationship.
Now, a friend of Dr. Ging, Doray Delarmente, took to FB to express her support for Ging.
She stated that the first annulment court hearing was in March 2017 and the judge signed the petition only in January 2018.
"I felt your pain when he filed the annulment, and during the first court hearing last MAY 2017, and even more pain when the judge signed the petition last JANUARY 2018. I felt your pain after your court hearing. You were very anxious and sad. I remember you telling me that when you took the stand for the annulment, detailing your private life to complete strangers, it was a very harrowing experience for you. You broke down. A person as nice as you do not deserve that kind of experience. You and you daughter do not deserve that!"
Xavi, Liz Uy's son was born September 20, 2017 in the United States, negating a relationship that existed pre-annulment.
Now, Dr. Ging has gained a lot of support on social media, while more people seem to bash Liz, calling her a "homewrecker."
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