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Oct 22 19, 9:56 am

Gretchen Barretto accuses Marjorie of triggering father’s attack

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Oct. 22, 19 | 9:56 am

There’s no stopping Gretchen Barretto and Marjorie on trading barbs against each other even after their late father, Miguel Barretto was laid to rest.

In a comment on Claudine Barretto’s post, Gretchen answered a netizen’s question asking why their mother Inday Barretto was not included during their father’s 82nd birthday celebration.

“Pansin ko lang last birthday ni Daddy Mike, wala si Mommy Inday. Hinahanap ko siya sa post ni Marjorie,” a netizen said.

“Because Marjorie did not invite my Mom to the gathering & that’s what caused my Dad’s attack,” Gretchen explained.

On October 6, Marjorie posted photos of her father’s birthday celebration. Shortly after that he was rushed to the hospital.

“Right after the blowing of the candles on his cake, he took a nap and fell very ill. My siblings and I rushed him to the nearest hospital, I could say it say it was the scariest time for us all,” Marjorie previously wrote.

Gretchen and Marjorie had a major scuffle during their father’s wake. Gretchen accused Marjorie of having a nervous breakdown when she showed up at the funeral site.

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