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by | Entertainment

Apr. 04, 19 | 11:23 am

Actress Sunshine Dizon and Timothy Tan had finally settled their problems with their former maid.

It can be recalled that the maid who introduced herself as Angela Agullo said that was fired her from her job and the couple did not allow her to retrieve her belongings from their house.

Agullo also said that her employers also did not pay their share for her Social Security System (SSS) and PhilHealth benefits.

She added that Dizon and Tan did not even help her financially when she had health problems. She narrated that there was a time when she found a lump on her arm but her employers did nothing about it.

However, Tan strongly denied all of the allegations that their maid said when she appeared on the Raffy Tulfo’s radio show “Raffy Tulfo in Action” on March 18.

Three weeks after, Tan brought the maid’s complaints to the barangay office where they settled it once and for all.

Tan’s representative handed Agullo two checks for her SSS and PhilHealth contributions, as well as her personal belongings which were left in her employer’s house.

For her part, Agullo returned the iPhone 5 which Tan let her borrow when she was working for them. She also paid the money she owes her employer worth P3,000.

Agullo also became emotional when she bid her farewell to Dizon’s children who she took care of for years.

“Para po sa dalawa ko pong alaga po dati, si Doreen and Anton Tan po, I love you and I miss you and pasensiya na kayo kung bigla akong nawala diyan sa inyo. Sana huwag sumama yung loob niyo sa akin. Mahal ko kayo,” she said.

After settling their problem, Agullo said that she can now happily go home.

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