Stockholder Linked to Pharmally Denies Owning a Lexus Car in Her Garage
A stockholder in a firm associated with Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corporation denied owning the Lexus automobile questioned by the senators.
Rose Nono Lin told senators that she only discovered one of the pricey vehicles registered to her name at her home garage. Senator Richard Gordon questioned Lin, a stakeholder of Pharmally Biological Inc., during the latter half of the Senate blue ribbon committee investigation on Thursday.
Gordon began by inquiring about the P8.9-million Cadillac, which had been registered on August 2, 2018. Lin replied that the Cadillac had already been sold, but she couldn’t share the price. She remembered being astonished to find vehicles parked in their garage.
“Sa katotohanan po kapag umuuwi po ako sa bahay minsan, nagugulat na po ako na may sasakyan. Nagugulat din po ako na wala na pong sasakyan,” she told Gordon.
Gordon then inquired about her Lexus, which cost P8.8 million. He inquired as to whether Lin purchased it or discovered it in her garage. Lin then said that she supposedly found it in her garage and that he does not like cars.
Lin said, “Natagpuan ko po ‘yan sa garahe po namin dahil hindi po ako mahilig sa sasakyan. Okay na po sa akin basta po tumatakbo at may masakyan po ako papunta po sa opisina.”
She also stated that her spouse Lin Wei Xiong, a businessman connected to former presidential economic adviser Michael Yang, purchased their vehicles. Gordon also mentioned Lin’s other automobiles, including a P11.9 million Range Rover purchased in January 2020 and a P4.8 million Toyota Land Cruiser purchased on July 15, 2020.
Lin stated that she is now driving a Land Cruiser and that the majority of her vehicles were purchased before to the pandemic’s arrival early last year. Gordon, on the other hand, denied Lin’s assertion, claiming that the automobiles were purchased between January and July of 2020.
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