- Janella Salvador only spoke now regarding the physical abuses she allegedly suffered in the hands of her boyfriend Elmo Magalona
- She recounted the incidents that she got hurt and gave reasons why she chose to break her silence
- The actress expressly stated that "It was not an accident"
Janella Salvador, in an exclusive one-on-one interview with Ricky Lo from the Philippine Star gave out the details on the physical abuses that she allegedly suffered from the hands of Elmo.
KAMI learned that the actress expressly mentioned that the incidents were not an accident as some of the rumors that circulated on social media.
According to Janella, she has decided to speak up now so as to put a stop to all the lies that had been spreading.
In Ricky's writeup, he even mentioned that Janella spoke those words with conviction.
The report said that the incident happened when she and Elmo Magalona attended a party that was hosted by a friend of Elmo.
According to the actress, her boyfriend had drunk a lot and so in defense of herself, as she has already felt disrespected at that time, she did so by slapping her boyfriend.
The said incident was the second one because the first one happened several months prior to it.
Janella mentioned that Elmo said he did not remember what transpired.
He asked for forgiveness and she gave him a chance, with a caveat that Elmo must not do it again, which the latter also promised not to.
In a previous report in KAMI, it stated that Janella admitted to seeing a psychologist. Elmo likewise did.
What Janella is doing now is to correct misconceptions that for so long a time have circulated in social media.
Janella Salvador and Elmo Magalona have been known for their loveteam Elnella.
They have quite a good following and the "abuse" issue clearly caused a dent in the relationship.
Janella is the daughter of singer Jenine Desidero and Juan Miguel Salvador while Elmo is the son of rapper Francis M.
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