Kris Aquino settles year-long feud with Nicko, Jesus Falcis
MANILA, Philippines — After endless court battles and heated exchanges on social media, Kris Aquino and brothers Nicko and Jesus Falcis have finally ended their feud on Wednesday.
“LEARN from YESTERDAY…LIKE TODAY…but above all, make sure to LOVE TOMORROW,” Aquino said in an Instagram post, which showed her official statement from the law firm of Divina Law
The statement from Divina Law read: “Ms. Kristina Bernadette C. Aquino, Mr. Nicardo M. Falcis II, and Atty. Jesus Nicardo M. Falcis III have fairly settled all financial issues and amicably worked out all personal differences. To avoid any future misunderstanding, no further statement shall be forthcoming.”
And to “permanently leave this chapter behind,” as Aquino has said, she decided to turn off the comments for her particular post.
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LEARN from YESTERDAY… LIKE TODAY… but above all, make sure to LOVE TOMORROW. To permanently leave this chapter behind, and embrace all that lies ahead for me, comments for this post shall be turned off. You are FREE to discuss the statement from DivinaLaw, just not on my feed.😊
“You are FREE to discuss the statement from DivinaLaw, just not on my feed,” Aquino said.
The word war between Aquino and Falcis started in September 2018, when the media personality hinted that she was “targeted, deceived” by someone close to her, and feared she may lose “tens of tax paid millions” she saved for her sons, Josh and Bimby.
She later named her ex-project manager Falcis, and filed separate complaints of qualified theft against him before the Office of the City Prosecutors in Mandaluyong, Pasig, Makati, Quezon City and Manila.
In retaliation, Nicko and Jesus filed grave threat complaints against Aquino. This was after she allegedly threatened Nicko over the phone on Sept. 27, 2018. /muf
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