Maggie Wilson & Tim Face Charges, “Cheating Incidents” Revealed

A warrant of arrest has been issued to Maggie Wilson and her rumored new boyfriend for charges filed by Victor Consunji.

MAGGIE WILSON – TV host and former beauty queen Maggie Wilson and Tim Connor face a warrant of arrest on charges filed by her ex-husband.

Margaret “Maggie” Nales Wilson-Consunji was once happily married to Victor Consunji. Consunji is the owner of the construction company Victor Consunji Incorporated and is the grandson of DMCI founder and former Cabinet official David M. Consunji. 

Maggie Wilson and Victor
Photo grabbed on IG

They share a son but last September 2021, based on a previous article, the two announced their separation 11 years after of being together. It was said in a statement released by the former beauty queen that their separation was done in a peaceful manner and they have decided to maintain their friendship for the sake of their son.

However, it seems like the friendship they have mentioned before has not been maintained really well. Maggie, on the other hand, has Tim Connor in her life, her rumored boyfriend. Intriguing photos of them emerged online several months after she announced her separation from Consunji.

Maggie Wilson and Tim
Photo grabbed on IG

They did not officially confirm their real score but some of their photos speak something about their relationship. They have also been clear from the start that they did not have an affair while Maggie and Victor were still together.

But just recently, the two of them face something. A warrant of arrest has been issued against them. Victor, her former husband, filed three counts of adultery against them.

Maggie Wilson Adultery
Photos of documents lifted from FP

In the documents, it has been stated that something happened between the two of them in several separate incidents sighting while Maggie is still married – married to Victor, the private complainant. The dates of the mentioned incidents were December 2021, January 2022, and February 2022 as indicated.


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