Claudine Barretto, Raymart Santiago’s managers mum on airport fistfight

Claudine Barretto, Raymart Santiago

Claudine Barretto and Raymart Santiago INQUIRER file photo

MANILA, Philippine—The managers of Claudine Barretto and her husband, Raymart Santiago, have chosen to remain mum on the airport fistfight between Santiago’s group and Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Mon Tulfo on Sunday.

Sough for comment, Barretto’s manager, Shirley Kuan, has not responded until now.

Raymart Santiago’s manager Sandy Santamaria had yet to issue a statement as well, as of late Sunday afternoon.

On a breaking news report on ABS-CBN, Barretto denied Ramon Tulfo’s accusations, adding that it was the radio personality who started the commotion.

She said that she and her husband had already turned over the matter to their lawyer.

She also said that they were asking for the CCTV footage from airport authorities to prove their innocence.

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  • Jai

    LOL. Actually he has the right to take videos or photographs. hes a journalist after all. and like all journalist, Tulfo was just protecting his phone which has all his pictures and private photos.

    Claudine and Raymart should have been more lenient. Bad publicity is still a publicity. that will help them on their career since they are already LAOS  in showbiz. No wonder Gretchen Barreto not good friend with her sister Claudine, Caludine got a bad attitude. Really bad attitude. 

    My dilemma: How can you tell if an actress crying with media present that she is genuine?

  • to0

    Ang hirap siguro maging manager ng warmonger. Talo! Sinira ng magasawa ang reputasyon nila. Now, they should prepare ‘washing dishes.” Talaga naman. Just for a moment, your whole career goes to the drain because you think you are on top of the world, and has the right to demand obedience. Una, pinagalitan ang “Ground Stewardes.” Then not to be outdone, the husband now demands the CAmera of Mon Tulfo. He he he. Baka akala nong dalawa, nasa sa silver screen sila where everything is a make believe. Hoy! Gising!

  • ramon

    baka nga aregluhin lang ni erap ang awayang ito. kasi direktor ng pelikula ni erap ang tatay nina reymart at best of friends naman na ngaun si mon tulfo at erap. kaya umasa kayu na maayus din ito. yung nga lang, i doubt na papayag mga tulfo brothers!!

  • speakmamind

    The beating and fistfight initiated by Claudine and Raymart, speak of who and what they are really made of. To begin with, did they even consider the age of Mon Tulfo? Secondly, since they are public figures, anything good or bad will be captured by a media person. Bad luck they were whining. Being public figures implies that you ought to be an example to the masses and not displays of cowardice by pouncing on a lone elderly photographer.
    I strongly abhor these ‘toughies’ who think they are tough only when they have company. The pariah Raymart can prove how tough he is if alone and surrounded by all the media people.
    The both of them should get screwed royally by the Tulfo clan, the Press Associations and Unions and by the prevalent judicial system

  • janice

    Actually muntik na kaming maniwala at maawa kay MOn Tulfo, pero nung sinabi ng pamangkin ko na totoo lahat ang sinabi ni Raymart at claudine na sinipa talaga ni Mr,. Mon c Claudine, kaya dun na kmi naninwala kung bakit sya kinuyog kasi parang mayabang pa daw dating nya, kasi nakita lahat ng pamangkin ko ang pangyayari bago sya dumating dito sa dubai, actually iisang eroplano lng ang sinakyan nila galing davao…sinabi nya ang lahat ng pangyayari, ang sabi talaga ng pamangkin astang mayabang pa daw c MOn… kahit sino daw na asawa ang makita ang ganong sitwasyon na sinipa ang asawa mo na kababaeng tao, eh talagang makakabugbog ka, at yung side daw ni claudine, ganti na lng daw ang kanya kasi nakakita sya ng tyempo…

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