- Jesus and Nicardo Falcis filed two counts of grave threats against Kris Aquino
- These is punishable by up to forty years imprisonment
- Falcis brothers alleged the crime was committed on September 27 last year
The former managing director of Kris Aquino's online company KCAP Nicko Falcis along with his brother Jesus Falcis formally filed a complaint of two counts of grave threats against Aquino before the Office of the City Prosecutor of Quezon City.
Based in their complaint, the brothers alleged the crime was committed on September 27 last year.
This was after Kris's and Nicko's alleged phone conversation went viral which was admitted by Kris through Instagram posts and in a Facebook live appearance last January 15.
They also refuted Kris's excuse that she was merely bluffing.
The former managing director quoted Aquino as saying, “we just hire someone to kill for us, that’s why we befriend the killers in our circle.” He said that this was revealed to him by Kris when they were still in good terms.
Their complaint also included a screenshot of alleged Aquino's message showing record of Nicko's travels to let him know that she indeed had access to his travel records.
It was also mentioned that she is guarded by former PSGs. “We understand that her body guards carry firearms and have been specially trained to use those firearms to maximum effect.”
The complaint was filed almost at the close of business hours, at 4:50 in the afternoon.
Kris Aquino is the daughter of the late former President Cory Aquino. Her father is the late former Senator Ninoy Aquino.
She is also the sister of former President Noynoy Aquino, who was succeeded by President Rodrigo Duterte.
The “Queen of All Media” has a son with Philip Salvador named Josh and a son with James Yap named Bimby.
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