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Keanna Reeves posts bail, gets released from jail

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Nov. 14, 18 | 7:58 am

Comedienne Keanna Reeves was released from Cabuyao Police Station after posting bail for her cyber libel case.

According to a previous report by DMA News, Judge Maria Florencia Formes-Baculo of Laguna Regional Trial Court Branch 34 recommended a bail worth P200,000.

However, in an online interview with PEP.ph, Reeves said that she paid P90,000 for her bail and that she will

“Bail lang na PHP90K tapos tuluy-tuloy na ang kaso sa korte,” she said.

The former “Pinoy Big Brother” winner was convicted for a day in the said police station.

It was previously reported that Reeves, whose real name is Janet Derecho Duterte, was arrested by Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG)-Laguna from her condo unit in Scout Ybardolaza, Quezon City on November 12 after entrepreneur Nancy Dimaranan filed complaints against her.

Dimaranan filed cyber libel charges against Reeves after the latter threatened and cursed her online.

Reeves was taken to CIDG’s Regional Office in Laguna for documentation and proper disposition.

Dimaranan also posted videos on her Facebook account which show authorities arresting Reeves.

In the video, Reeves willingly went with the authorities and can be heard saying “Hi, I don’t care” as she entered the police car.

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