Message of Gigo de Guzman for Christine Angelica Dacera
Gigo de Guzman took to social media a short but heartfelt message for Christine Angelica Dacera on the 40th day of her death.
It’s been 40 days yesterday since the death of Christine Angelica Dacera, the 23-year-old flight attendant of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) who was found dead in a hotel in Makati last January 1, 2021.
Dacera checked in to City Garden Grand Hotel in Makati City for the New Year’s eve. According to her companions they were introduced to some people staying in another room by one of their friends.
The friends of Dacera claimed that they had hard drinks and parlor games on New Year’s eve. However, the following morning, she was found unconscious in a bathtub and was rushed to the hospital.
Makati Medical Center declared Dacera dead on arrival. The autopsy determined ruptured aortic aneurysm as the cause of her death but her family is not convinced that she died of a natural cause.
Currently, investigations on the death of Christine Angelica Dacera are ongoing. Charges were filed against 11 people she was with prior to her death.
One of the people facing charges now over the Christine Dacera case is Gigo de Guzman, the son of singer Claire dela Fuente. According to him, he just met Dacera at the party as he was just invited by one of her friends.
Meanwhile, Gigo claimed that he saw how the group was taking care of Dacera. His heart goes out for his friends who are going through a lot now due to what happened.
On the 40th day of the death of Christine Angelica Dacera, many of her friends commemorated her passing and posted messages for her. One of those who posted a message is Gigo de Guzman.
Gigo shared the social media post of Rommel Galido stressing their group’s love for Christine. Below the post, Gigo stated his wish that they had more time.
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