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Wife accuses suspended PBA player Calvin Abueva of abuse, infidelity

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Jul. 28, 19 | 10:53 am

The wife of PBA Player Calvin Abueva broke her silence and exposed the maltreatment she allegedly experienced under the hands of her own husband.

Sam Abueva shocked netizens when she posted using Calvin’s account on Instagram and recounted her ordeal.

She even posted screenshots of CCTV footage of so-called Calvin’s abuse and responded to some netizens questions.

“Last year, 2018, January tumakas kami ng mga anak ko sa kanya kasi sobra na ‘yung threat na ginagawa niya sakin, sasaksakin na niya ako, babarilin na niya ako,” Sam said.

She also explained the CCTV footage which allegedly showed Calvin’s abuse to her and her children. They have four kids.

“‘Yung mga CCTV na ‘yun ang pananakit ni Calvin na hindi niyo masisikmura kung paano niya ako saktan at kung paano niya saktan ang mga anak namin,” she added.

A major fight broke between the couple, which resulted on her recent hospitalization.

“July 10 nag-spotting ako kasi lasing siya, dinaganan niya ang tiyan ko, na-ospital ako noon. July 8 pinipilit niya akong galawin, dinudugo ako sabi ko hindi pwede kasi makukunan ako ayaw kong mawalan ng anak,” she added.

Sam defended her reason to come out to the public and expose her husband’s maltreatment. She said she could no longer handle Calvin and their children are also being involved.

“Kaya lang naman ako nagkaganito dahil ‘yung anak na nakakita ng lahat ng ginagawa niyan, ito ‘yung madaling araw gumising. Nanginginig siya gusto niyang yakapin ko siya ng mahigpit, pinapabuksan niya sa akin ‘yung ilaw kasi natatakot siya sa Daddy niya, nandoon na kami sa punto na ganoon,” Sam recalled.

Sam refuted Calvin’s claims that she is with another man. She even dared Calvin to face the two women he allegedly got pregnant.

“Dalawa ‘yung nabuntis mong babae, Calvin. Nasaan? Pinanagutan mo? Hindi, ‘di ba? Hinahabol ka. Tinataguan mo. Tinanggap kita December, nagmamakawa ka sabi mo magbabago ka na, tinanggap kita pero anong ginawa mo, gusto mo pa rin akong sirain,” she said.

Sam and Calvin met in 2010. The Kapampangan cager made headlines due to his suspension and violations.

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