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Mar. 17, 19 | 5:34 pm

The Taguig City Regional Trial Court has issued an arrest warrant against Kris Aquino’s former project and endorsement manager, Nicko Falcis, for violating the Access Devices Regulation Act.

To recall, the Taguig City Prosecutor said it found probable cause to charge Falcis with estafa. However, it also junked Aquino’s qualified theft charges versus Falcis.

The feud between the two of them started when Aquino accused Falcis of using a credit card that was meant for the expenses of her production company for his personal use.

The Access Devices Regulation Act was declared to “protect the rights and define the liabilities of parties in such commercial transactions by regulating the issuance and use of access devices.” The access device in this case is the credit card.

The warrant of arrest was signed by acting presiding judge Felix Reyes on March 8 with a bail set at P60,000.

Falcis has since issued a statement via Instagram regarding the Taguig court’s decision.

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We emphasize that the charge alleged unauthorized use of a measly P62,784.32 amount and does not even detail what the charges are for, why these are unauthorized, and does not explain why no demand was made for an explanation prior to filing. Sadly, Taguig OCP is inherently biased and our motions were ignored, where is the fair justice there? Taguig Investigating Prosecutor Claire Eufracian Pagayanan was appointed by PNoy in 2016 as Prosecutor II. There is NO Qualified Theft and we will continue to fight for our rights and reveal how evil and manipulative she is, on and off cam, online and offline, a true power tripper who believes everything can be bought. No amount of divinity can protect you from your vile and putrid nature. Let’s end this #Krisis

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[SWIPE LEFT] Proof of bias or sloppy manufactured decision from Assistant City Prosecutor Claire Eufracia Pagayanan: First photo says Kris Aquino’s evidence FAILED to prove probable cause for violation of R.A. 8484. Second photo says probable cause exists for violation of R.A. 8484. This is what happens when you rush your decision by drafting in a biased manner! The prosecutor should inhibit given she was appointed by PNoy on January 8, 2016 as Prosecutor II in Taguig. We do not need background sounds nor your registered mail drama with your divine justice league. We read, study and carefully answer all the developments of your the forum shopping Kris Aquino made per city. We will fight this, online and offline to end this #Krisis #Biased #SloppyWriting #CrazyRichInfluence #PowerTripping

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The arrest warrant is the latest development on Aquino and Falcis’ legal battle after the prosecutors in Makati and Pasig earlier dismissed Aquino’s qualified theft charges.

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