Marjorie Barretto Defends Daughter Julia Barretto From Jay Sonza’s Claims
MARJORIE BARRETTO – The former actress slammed broadcaster Jay Sonza over the issue involving her daughter, Julia Barretto, and actor Gerald Anderson.
Recently, Julia Barretto and Gerald Anderson were once again involved in a controversy following the claims of veteran broadcaster Jay Sonza. He claimed that the actress is currently pregnant and the father of the baby is the former Pinoy Big Brother house.
Julia and Gerald were previously hooked in an issue. In 2019, the two celebrities earned criticisms over their alleged relationship. The young actress was accused as the third party in the actor’s breakup with Bea Alonzo.
Both Julia Barretto and Gerald Anderson who worked together in the film Between Maybes denied the accusations. After a few months, the issue died down and the celebrities involved visibly moved on from the issues.
However, the recent claims of Jay Sonza once again sparked the controversies and placed the two celebrities in bad light. Julia Barretto is filing a case over his claims.
Marjorie Barretto slammed Jay Sonza over his claims involving Julia and Gerald Anderson. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the former actress stressed that it was an “irresponsible” move and Sonza did not respect her daughter’s young age and being a woman.
According to Marjorie, the baseless claims of the veteran broadcaster could have affected the existing contracts of her daughter. Based on the report, she also stressed that he did not even consult the people surrounding the young actress over the issue.
“Yung pagka-irresponsable mo lang Mr. Sonza, sobra eh… Walang pinanggalingan ‘yung sinasabi po ninyo,” the former actress said.
Julia personally filed the complaint against Sonza. She was accompanied by Marjorie to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to ask the authorities to investigate the matter.
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