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Here’s an update over Kris Aquino case against Nicko Falcis.

KRIS AQUINO CASE – The Taguig City Fiscal found probable cause to charge Nicko Falcis with Estafa and Credit Card Fraud on cases filed by Kris Aquino.

Previously, the Makati Prosecutor’s Office dismissed the qualified theft against Nicko Falcis as filed by the social media influencer Kris Aquino. The Makati fiscal cited that there was “no sufficient evidence to engender a well-founded belief that Falcis committed the crimes charged.”

Right after the first loss against Falcis, the second one came in as another blow from Pasig City Prosecutor’s Office dismissing her complaint has been released. Accordingly, the resolution has indicated, “The credit card used by respondent (Falcis) was neither stolen, lost, expired, revoked, cancelled, suspended or obtained with intent to defraud.”

And now, a press statement from the legal team of Aquino had disclosed that “Taguig City Fiscal is charging Nicko Falcis in court with Estafa and Credit Card Fraud.” The Taguig City Prosecutor’s office have found probable cause to charge Falcis of Estafa through Misappropriation and Conversion and violation of Access Devices Regulation Act.

In an Instagram post, Aquino has further stated, “I need to point out, sa tamang paraan ang pag post nito- as you can see in my video, we received REGISTERED MAIL here at home today. Hindi po isang entertainment portal ang unang naglabas ng balita.”

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One commented from an entertainment website has expressed his opinion saying, “Yong qualified theft na dismissed pero ang estafa and credit card fraud may probable cause.”

Meanwhile, another one has also stated, “Kung estafa at cc fraud and kaso. Madali lang ma counter yun lalo na yung may evidence.”

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