Ai-Ai delas Alas warns public anew of caregiver-‘thief’ after capture
Ai-Ai delas Alas warned the public of her mother’s previous caregiver once again, after she was notified of her capture. The caregiver allegedly swiped some jewelry and money from the actress’ mother last April.
Aside from her mother, Delas Alas said that the caregiver had stolen from her as well, as per her Instagram post yesterday, Oct. 6. Delas Alas also revealed that the woman was previously released by the fiscal who was handling the actress’ case regarding the theft.
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Hindi talaga natutulog ang DYOS .. atsaka KARMA IS DIGITAL .. etong yya namin na to na ninakawan nanay ko dati at ako e napakawalan ng fiscal na nag handle ng kaso namin .. nalungkot ako …pero sabi ko sa sarili ko nakalusot ka saken pero sa mata ng DYOS hindi ka makakalusot at ayan na nga nahuli sya ngayun kasi may ninakawan na naman .. lahat ng gawain masama HINDI NAGWAWAGI . Baka sakaling makalusot na naman wag nyo tatanggapin ang babaeng ito sa bahay nyo
“[N]alungkot ako,” delas Alas said. “[P]ero sabi ko sa sarili ko nakalusot ka saken pero sa mata ng DYOS hindi ka makakalusot at ayan na nga nahuli sya ngayun kasi may ninakawan na naman”
(I was saddened. But I told myself that she may have gotten away with what she did to me, but in the eyes of God, there is no escaping, and there you are, she has been captured now because she stole again from someone.)
“[Lahat] ng gawain masama HINDI NAGWAWAGI (All ill deeds do not succeed),” the actress stressed.
She then warned her fans and followers on social media to not accept the woman into their homes, in case the caregiver manages to slip away from authorities again.
Delas Alas previously warned the public of online scammers as well, after her kids fell victim to fake transactions earlier this September. JB
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