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John Estrada denies hurting Mylene Dizon

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Mar. 01, 18 | 11:40 am

John Estrada took to Instagram to strongly deny rumors about him physically hurting Mylene Dizon on the set of their ABS-CBN primetime drama show, “The Good Son”.

His statement came after a tabloid columnist in the Philippines reported that Estrada “physically hurts” Dizon during the shoot of their scenes on the show.

According to the “Adore Me!” column by Ador Sulata, a “Facebook source” said that the 44-year-old actor laid his hands on Dizon twice, saying that Estrada punched the latter on the stomach and slapped on the face her as well.

“Hindi kasi ito daya at mukha raw tinotoo ng aktor,” the column said.

The columnist also stated that Estrada has “maliciously touched” the actress. The report said that Estrada has “personal problems” toward Dizon, and got carried away during the shoot.

The article added that Estrada’s character will exit the show because of alleged “personal problems”.

The actor posted a photo on Instagram to defend himself. “Di ko basta-basta pinapatulan ang mga ganitong kababaw na write up, pero di ko ata kaya ang pagsisinungaling ng matandang reporter na ‘to,” Estrada wrote.

He also called the writer and his “source” liars.

“Ogag ka at napakasinungaling mo, at kung sino man ang source mo, e isa ring ogag ‘yon na katulad mo,” he added.

“Sa talang buhay ko, hinding hindi ako nanakit ng babae dahil pinalaki ako ng nanay at tatay ko nang tama. At sa 30 years ko sa industriyang ito, ni minsan, ‘di ako nireklamo ng mga leading ladies ko na nan-tsansing ako dahil hindi ako ganon,” he added.

Estrada said that he will file charges against the writer of the article.

“Ihanda mo na ang abogado mo dahil kakasuhan kita. Pasensya na sa mga followers ko, wala lang kasing katotohan ang sinulat nitong matandang to, e.

“Diyos na lang ang bahala sa kanya. Salamat nga pala sa kaibigan ko na nagpadala nito sa akin,” he wrote.

D ko basta basta pinapatulan ang mga ganitong kababaw na write up pero d ko ata kaya ang pagsisinungaling ng matandang reporter na to…. ogag ka at napakasinungaling mo…. at kung sino man ang source mo e isa ring ogag yon na katulad mo…. sa talang buhay ko hinding hindi ako nanakit ng babae dahil pinalaki ako ng nanay at tatay ko ng Tama…. at sa 30 yrs ko sa industriyang ito ni minsan d ako nireklamo ng mga leading ladies ko na nananyansing ako….dahil hindi ako ganon…. at higit sa lahat…. masaya kame ng ASAWA ko at wala kameng problema…. ihanda mo na ang abogado mo dahil kakasuhan kita…. ogag ka…. pasensya nasa mga followers ko… wala lang kasing katotohan ang sinulat nitong matandang to e… diyos na lang ang bahala sa kanya….. salamat nga pala sa kaibigan ko na nagpadala nito sa akin….

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