The Office of the Ombudsman insisted that former Senator Bong Revilla should pay P125 million for civil liability. According to the prosecution, even though Revilla was acquitted, that does not mean he is no longer civilly liable.
Foreign Secretary Teddy Locsin Jr. criticized public officials who have 9-year-old minds. He raised this question in relation with the recently approved bill by the House. Locsin also shared his views about this.
The netizens bashed actor Dennis Trillo for posing with former Sen. Bong Revilla. The Kapuso actor did not hesitate to throw strong words against his bashers. Apparently, it was not intentional that he sat with Revilla.
Bong Revilla revealed that he will submit an entry in Metro Manila Film Festival 2019. Aside from that, he was also asked his preferred leading lady. He answered that he wants Vice Ganda to be his onscreen partner in a film.
Former Senator Bong Revilla stated his legislative agenda once he becomes a senator again. He said that he will not be returning P124.5 million to the Philippine treasury. Revilla is also eyeing a comeback in show business.
Former Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. was recently acquitted by Sandiganbayan of his plunder case. Revilla was in detention for four years. KAMI shared what went on during the trial of his plunder case through the years.
After reuniting with his family and finally going home, Bong Revilla admitted that he still can't sleep well at night. He said that it is because he stayed in Camp Crame for 4 years and 6 months so he's still adjusting.
Former Senator Bong Revilla delivered his speech for the first time since he was acquitted. He reiterated that he did not steal anything from the public. Revilla also shared his experience in detention for four years.
Bong Revilla Jr. was found innocent by the court in relation to his plunder case. After being set free, he visited his sick father Ramon Revilla Sr. in Cavite. Clips and photos of the reunion went viral on social media.