Pinay Actress Alice Dixson Finally Reveals Truth Behind “Taong Ahas” in Robinsons After 30 Years
The Pinay actress Alice Dixson finally revealed the truth behind the “Taong Ahas” rumor in Robinsons Galleria after 30 years.
During the 1980’s, the Filipino-American actress Alice Dixon becomes one of the most controversial personalities after claiming that she was almost victimized by a “Snake Man” inside of a popular mall.
According to a tabloid report, the alleged monster attached her inside of the dressing room but she was able to escape and run as fast as she can. Other reports also claim that Alice has been allegedly paid by the mall’s management to keep her mouth shut.
The 50-year-old actress remained silent throughout the decades, which sparked speculations and rumors regarding the incident. Most people believe that the “Taong Ahas” rumor is true due to Dixson’s silence.
Recently, the Pinay actress finally breaks her silence and revealed the truth behind the ‘Urban Legend’. Alice Dixson denied the rumors and explained that nothing happened such as a snake monster attacked her.
“Nothing really happened in the way that the urban legend or the myth dictates, kunwari I didn’t fall in a trapdoor, I didn’t run through a corridor to get to a hotel, I didn’t get paid P850 million, and I wasn’t cut when I was trying to explain in a TV show,” Dixson said.
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