Sunshine Cruz’s sister slams Cesar Montano’s sister for ‘meddling, fabricating stories’
The issue regarding Cesar Montano’s alleged lack of financial support to his daughters gets more personal as each day passes, apparently re-opening old wounds in the process. This time, Sunshine Cruz’s sister, Maritess “Maria” Cruz Allary called out Cesar Montano’s sister, Maria Mercedes “Ched” Manhilut Cantu for supposedly fabricating stories and slandering the Cruz family.
Yesterday Mercedes took to the comment section of the Facebook page “Tres Maria” to lambast Cruz for publicly voicing out her disappointment over Montano’s alleged failure to comply with the court order on providing child support for their daughters. Following Mercedes’ footsteps, Allary commented about her own sentiments on the said Facebook page.
“Lokaret Ched, [these] are some of your messages to me remember? Ang galing mong mag-fabricate ng stories, siraan ang family namin! Ikaw ang plastic!” Allary wrote in the comment section. “Here, you clearly admitted yourself what kind of brother you have. [Sa’yo] mismo nanggaling! Yes, lokaret ka talaga. ‘Wag ka magmalinis, cause we all know you are not!”
(Crazy Ched, these are some of your messages to me remember? You are so good at fabricating stories and slandering our family! You are the phony one! Here, you clearly admitted yourself what kind of brother you have. It came from you! Yes, you really are crazy. Don’t act like you’re clean, cause we all know you’re not!)
“I will face you anytime you want, just name the time and place,” challenged Allery. “Lakas tama mo! (You really are crazy!) Well, it does run in your family!”
Allary then uploaded in the comments section screengrabs of Mercedes’ alleged message on Jan. 17, 2013, highlighting parts of the message. Mercedes supposedly used the Facebook account named “Marimer Hamilton” in the conversation.
“By the way, Shine isn’t feeling very well now and am pretty sure you know and that’s due to my brother’s extra-conjugal activities,” Hamilton wrote, which Allary highlighted.
“We all have to pray together to save their marriage and for her to remain happy as if they’re happy their kids are happy as well,” remarked Hamilton in an unhighlighted part of the message.
In another highlighted part, Hamilton said: “They really need prayers especially my brother. I’m sure you know that Filipino men, by nature, regardless of religion get snared by the devil quite easily at sa totoo lang babaero sila halos lahat (and truth be told, they all are womanizers).”
The message mentioned (although not highlighted) Montano’s alleged mistress, a woman named “Kristal.” It is worth noting that Montano had been linked to starlet Krista Miller during the year the message was supposedly made. “I’ve seen the girl’s photos named Kristal, well, for me she’ll never be a threat to Shine’s position and I told your sister this,” Hamilton remarked.
“All I ask is for us to pray hard for them in order for my brother to get out of that vice,” the last highlighted part stated. Interestingly, although the name of the account was “Marimer Hamilton,” the message was signed “Ched.” This was stressed by Allary by encircling it.
In separate comments, Allary continued her tirade.
“You want more?” she dared. “Akala mo kung sino ka, all you ever do is invent stories and hide under fake accounts! Kahiya ka! Bakit kasi hilig mong makialam? Game tayong dalawa! I’ll take you anytime lokaret!”
(You want more? Who do you think you are? All you ever do is invent stories and hide under fake accounts! You’re embarrassing! Why is it you like to meddle [with other people’s affairs]? Let’s go, the two of us! I’ll take you on anytime, crazy!)
Meanwhile, Sunshine Cruz shared yesterday on her Facebook account a 2008 article about Cesar Montano denying Maria Mercedes’ accusation that Cruz kicked out Montano’s mother from their home. “Imagine since 2008! Maria Mercedes/Ched Cantu/Marimer Hamilton,” Cruz wrote in the post.
Meanwhile, Mercedes and Montano have yet to comment or issue a statement, as of this writing. JB
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