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Monster Radio releases statement amidst arrest of DJ Karen

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Aug. 18, 16 | 11:27 am

Monster Radio RX 93.1 has officially released a statement regarding the arrest of the station’s disc jockey and model Karen Bordador.

The station’s statement was posted in their official Facebook page on Wednesday, August 17.

“RX 93.1 is shocked by the recent events concerning our DJ, Karen Bordador, who was implicated in a drug-related arrest. Karen showed no indication in the workplace of any involvement with prohibited substances. Police authorities have filed charges against Ms. Bordador, and we trust that the ongoing investigation will bring out the truth… Over several decades, RX 93.1 has built a reputation as a responsible, multi-awarded broadcast institution. We thank our listeners for their loyalty, and we assure the public that we will continue to be worthy of its trust and support.”

They also said that the station strongly condemns the use of illegal substances, and that they do not show partiality and overlook wrong actions of their personalities and staff.

Bordador hosted the show The Morning After on RX 93.1 before the arrest. On Saturday, August 13, she and boyfriend Emilio Lim were arrested in a buy-bust operation in Pasig City. They were discovered to have various party drugs in their possession, such as ecstasy powder, cracked ecstasy, marijuana, and various paraphernalia, all amounting to P2.8 million.

Bordador and Lim were pressed with charges including various violations of Republic Act 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act Of 2002), such as possession of drugs, possession of equipment/paraphernalia for dangerous drugs, and sale/trade/transportation/distribution of drugs.

 

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