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Apr 02 19, 11:10 am

Leah Navarro wants people who violated Jim Paredes’ privacy charged

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Apr. 02, 19 | 11:10 am

Leah Navarro has stepped forward to defend her fellow veteran singer Jim Paredes after he owned up to his controversial private video which went viral online.

Navarro posted a tweet on Tuesday to address those “video thieves and sharers” who continue to ridicule Paredes by spreading the explicit material online.

“Laughing at my friend Jim Paredes and his predicament doesn’t make you, video thieves and sharers, any better than him,” she said.

Navarro went on to say that revealing Paredes’ private data is a criminal act, meaning the people responsible for leaking it online should face charges.

“The lengths you went through to reveal his private data are CRIMINAL and you should be charged,” Navarro said.

“You violated his privacy. Karma boomerangs big time,” she added.

The Philippine National Police (PNP) has already said that they are ready to investigate how Paredes’ video spread online once he filed a formal complaint with the authorities.

It remains unclear where the said video came from. It is also unknown if it was Paredes who recorded himself or if someone got a hold of the file. Some netizens are also questioning if the release of the video is a spyware concern.

Even Paredes himself said that he does not know how the video found its way to the internet since it was meant to be private.

To recall, Paredes initially claimed that the video was “fake”. However, he eventually posted a blog entry wherein he owned up to the controversial video but said it was not meant for public consumption.

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