Catriona Gray Will File Case Against Uploader of Alleged Malicious Photo
CATRIONA GRAY – Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray said she will proceed to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) today to take legal actions against the person who uploaded her alleged malicious photos online.
It all started when Catriona Gray’s ex-boyfriend Clint Bondad revealed that he set a message to actor Sam Milby, the current boyfriend of the former Miss Universe. The Filipino-German model appeared to be hinting that he knows something about Sam and Cat.
Netizens are still feasting on his cryptic posts on Instagram. The beauty queen’s alleged malicious photo also went viral on social media.
In a previous article, Catriona Gray’s lawyer Atty. Joji Alonso released a statement on Saturday, July 18. She revealed that they coordinated with the authorities to arrest the people who spread Cat’s alleged topless photo. She said the photo was fake and digitally altered.
Before she posted her statement on Instagram, she uploaded a video of a commercial shoot where the beauty queen is seen apparently topless. That video was from her 2014 ad for Bench.
On Tuesday, July 21, Catriona Gray confirmed that she will proceed to the NBI today to take legal action on the person who spread her alleged topless photo on social media.
Watch the video below:
Catriona Gray confirms she will proceed to National Bureau of Investigation today to take legal action on the person who downloaded her alleged topless photo. Gray’s counsel Atty Joji Alonso already released a statement saying the photo was fake and digitally altered. | @mjfelipe pic.twitter.com/11Q7B6GixJ
— ABS-CBN News (@ABSCBNNews) July 21, 2020
Several netizens aired their reaction after watching Catriona Gray’s interview. Here are some of their comments from the post:
@UniversalMUning: “You can see in her eyes that she’s really hurt”
@anna75345277: “Ex nia yan nagkakalat! Go Cat”
@imronaldparas: “One who did this to her has no respect to women.”
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