Ex-actor files raps vs models, actors and bit players

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MANILA, Philippines–A former actor and newspaper columist filed frustrated murder and grave threats complaints against 15 male models, actors and bit players before the police  in Camp Karingal, Quezon City Thursday morning.

Police identified the complainant  as Ramon Carlos Castro,  37 years old, a former TV actor, columnist of Manila Standard and training consultant, with address in Old Balara, QC. He was accompanied by his lawyer Eric Fernando.

According to Castro, he was playing basketball with the suspects at the New Capitol Estate  on Nov 17 when the group mauled him.  Castro said he suffered a broken hand, shoulder and lacerations in his ears.  He said he was confined at the Cardinal Santos Hospital for four days.

The police identified the suspects as models Carlo Lopez, Don Mendoza, Kerbie Zamora,  Boo Dhugzz, Lemuelle Pelayo, Bjourn Aguilar, James Zablan,
John Dennis Lim, Laxie Villar, Kris Melendrez, Vince Alas, Royen Hernandez at three others.

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  • Anonymous

    Complete set of who’s who of who cares.

    • Anonymous

      they all deserved each other.

  • Gilberto Reyes

    Question is, what did he do to be mauled like that?

  • http://www.facebook.com/katipunan Andres Bonifacio

    Im sure all of them are faggots!

  • http://twitter.com/Negastarr NegaStarr

    Boo Dhugzz is a cool name. 

    • Anonymous

      I can imagine the toughest inmate bragging, “This is my Boo.  Sige pare tuwad na. Marami pang naghihintay.”

      • http://twitter.com/Negastarr NegaStarr

        That’s not classy. If I were an inmate, I would tell Boo: “Boo, nahulog sabon mo!”

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CZEXB3FDSIFJHXLNS6FHNJXODU Boy

    bakit kaya nasa news to ?

  • Anonymous

    I hope these 15 people go to jail, even if only for 3 months. It’s time we stop condoning this type of behavior. Kahit anong ginawa ni Mondo Castro sa basketball game (pang-asar or whatever), it does not justify being mauled by 15 people. Yan ang problema sa Pilipinas, basta hindi namatay yung agrieved party, eh nakakawala yung nagkasala. My nephew was once hit with a beer bottle which broke his nose – -by somebody 9-inches taller – -walang nangyari sa kaso. Sometimes even if a person dies, nothing happens dahil mga influential ang mga tao – -look at the Lenny Villa case (for the newbies, Lenny Villa was an Ateneo law student who died of hazing in the early 90s) Sa 26 na kinasuan over Lenny’s death, alam ko only 2 were convicted (after 11 years of hearings) kasi sobrang influential yung iba. Where is the blind justice we Filipinos cry to the heavens for? All we want is to be a decent society wherein wrong is duly punished, swiftly and without prejudice.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MBTLMT6FG577IDZ66MPJS3TF4Q ace

      kahit ano pang pagmamalinis gawin ng mga korte, may nangyayari pa rin talagang bayaran dyan. halos lahat ng sangay ng gobyerno ginagawang negosyo ang opisina nila.

  • Anonymous

    I am sure the inmates at QC jail are salivating in anticipation of the models joining their cells!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_T2DDIPNBHSCXCOHN3J7LOVCQ4Y Shinigami Sword

    Ang basketball ba na sinasabi nitong Castro na to eh yun shoot muna bago dribble?  Baka kulang serbisyo nun 15 models at hindi nasunod usapan after magkabayaran kaya nagwala to.. Nabitin kumbaga…

  • http://twitter.com/GreatGramo Great Gramo

    Stupid news! Didn’t say why he was mauled in the first place!

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