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Actor Tony Labrusca Admits To Stealing Clothes And Food In The Past

TONY LABRUSCA – During a late night talk show with Boy Abunda, actor Tony Labrusca revealed his shoplifting history when in Canada.

Few months ago, Labrusca also had a negative online reputation after displaying rude behavior. He reportedly mistreated several NAIA Immigrant officers during an argument.

Tony Labrusca
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In a recent interview in the late night show “Tonight with Boy Abunda”, Labrusca confirmed the fans’ allegations that he used to steal from convenience stores in the past.

He also stated that he did not only steal from a convenience store. He also stole clothes from stores when he felt the need for it. He also admitted to stealing food and everything else that he felt he could steal.

This is according to an article from Inquirer.

Despite his extreme behaviors in the past, he emphasized that he does not encourage fans to follow his actions. He also expressed that he was aware that his actions were wrong, but he only did it when his parents did not provide enough for him.

He even said that:

“I thought that the only way that I’m gonna eat today is if I steal this.”

Although he wasn’t really hungry at the time, he said that he wanted the sandwich because it looked delicious.

Other than that, Labrusca confessed that he once stole a $40 scarf and two bags.

And after all these, he also said that he was never caught.

The worst shoplifting plot (according to him) he did was when he wanted a new bag.

To pull it off, he went inside a store and stole a new bag. He then got out and realized he wanted the other bag with a different color, so he went back inside the store (where he just stole a bag) and got the other bag with the color that he liked and went back out with both bags.

That is all there is to it, at least for now. We’ll post updates as soon as we got them.

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