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GMA Network releases statement on the Vhong Navarro story


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Manila, Philippines - GMA Network on Sunday night released statement to clarify that the complainant involved in the Vhong Navarro incident, Denise Millet Cornejo is not related to GMA Chairman and CEO Atty. Felipe L. Gozon.

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This after the allegations on social media that Deniece is the grand daughter of one of the GMA-7 big bosses. Netizens emphasized that GMA Network reports that the It's Showtime host is a 'rapist' and in favor to the fashion model on the case.

Update: Deniece Cornejo in an interview of TV Patrol admitted that she is related to a top executive of another network.

“Lolo ko po ‘yung isa sa mga matataas na posisyon sa kabilang network,” Deniece said.

It calls the attention of the network since some trending topics on Twitter Philippines such as #GMAPhilippinesWorstNetwork and Dear GMA give negative impact to the company.

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GMA-7 on Saturday released on '24 Oras Weekend' another version of the story claiming that the comedian-TV host was involved in an attempted rape incident as seen in a complaint filed before the Taguig police on Wednesday (January 22).

"From the moment GMA News learned of the story, it sought the side of Vhong Navarro.", the network stated.

"Chito Roño, his manager, gave GMA News a written statement, which was aired yesterday."

" Today, GMA News aired an interview with Navarro's lawyer Atty. Alma Mallonga."

"The report about the alleged attempted rape was based on the blotter filed at the Investigative Section of the Southern Police District where Vhong Navarro was taken after the incident. Other news organizations also reported it.", GMA network added.

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