Vhong Navarro Moved from NBI to Taguig City Jail
VHONG NAVARRO – The family of the Showtime host was not present when he was transferred to Taguig City Jail.
It’s Showtime host Vhong Navarro is currently facing a very huge challenge in his life as he is facing charges filed against him by model Deniece Cornejo. These charges surround her accusations against the actor-comedian during a hotel incident way back in 2014.
The camp of Navarro was greatly shocked by the recent happenings regarding the charges pressed against him. According to his wife, Tanya, they really thought that the ordeals about the charges are approaching its end. They have just celebrated their wedding anniversary when a warrant of arrest against the Showtime host was released.
For several weeks, Navarro was detained at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Detention Facility. The camp of Cornejo pushed for his transfer to Taguig City Jail where the charges against him were filed. It sparked worries on his camp with regards to his safety. They also requested the Court to allow him to post a bail.
Recently, the camp of Vhong Navarro confirmed that he was transferred to Taguig City Jail. It was after a commitment order was released a few days ago regarding his transfer.
Based on the photos posted by the NBI, Vhong Navarro was alone during his transfer to Taguig City Jail. No family of the actor-comedian was spotted in the photos. Based on an article on Pep, his legal counsel, Atty. Maggie Abraham-Garduque, said that the actor has to undergo quarantine for 5 to 7 days that is why he is not allowed to accept visitors until his isolation period ends.
Based on the report, Atty. Abraham-Garduque confirmed that Navarro was initially afraid to transfer from NBI to Taguig City Jail as he does not know what awaits him there. Meanwhile, the BJMP ensured his protection and security while he is under their custody.
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