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Sep 09 19, 11:16 am

Actress Deborah Sun nabbed in drug bust in condo unit owned by Ara Mina

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Sep. 09, 19 | 11:16 am

Photo credit: Quezon City Police Station 8

Former actress Deborah Sun and her daughter were arrested by authorities in a buy-bust operation at a condominium building in Cubao, Quezon city.

She was arrested by the Quezon City Police and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) at dawn on September 8.

The 60-year-old actress was with her daughter Angela Porcuna and two others who were identified as Gerald de Guzman at Gonzalo Gonzalez.

She tried to escape through the window from the 8th floor of the condominium unit owned by actress Ara Mina, according to PEP.ph report.

The authorities confiscated from the suspects seven sachets of crystalline substance believed to be shabu, weighing scale,improvised tooter, foil and other drug paraphernalia.

She tried to cross over another unit where occupants were shocked. They immediately reported it to the security personnel of the building and led to her arrest.

The actress and her cohorts now face charges against the Dangerous Drugs Act.

For more than three years now, Ara Mina let the actress and her family to live in her condominium unit for free after the latter hit rock bottom.

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