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Bianca Lapus posts 'proof' to counter allegations in Vhong Navarro's second rape case

Bianca Lapus posts photos on her Instagram account to show Vhong Navarro had an alibi for the second rape case.

BY
Maureen Marie Belmonte

Twitter: @MissHappyWriter

FRESH SCOOPS

02/23/2014 12:10 AM
Bianca Lapus posts 'proof' to counter allegations in Vhong Navarro's second rape case
022314-Bianca_main.jpgBianca Lapus posted a photo on her Instagram account to note the inconsistency in the affidavit of Roxanne Acosta Cabanero, the woman who claims to have been raped by Vhong Navarro back in April 24, 2010.

The photo posted by the former actress was a collage of two images: one of a Vice Ganda concert poster (where Vhong’s name was listed as a guest performer) and the other a screen grab of singer Kean Cipriano’s tweet (which thanked Vice and Vhong for the concert) both dated 2010. The caption read: “Need I say more? April 24, 2010 8pm onwards Island Cove Cavite.” 

In an abs-cbnnews.com report on February 21, Island Cove Hotel and Leisure Park, where the concert was held, confirmed via a photo that the concert was indeed held at the venue on April 24, 2010, coincidentally the same night that Roxanne claims that she was raped by Vhong in Pasig City around 12 midnight.

Bianca's post which now has 515 "likes" and 82 comments as of this writing elicited a lot of comments from her followers. Most were filled with doubt about Roxanne's integrity while some enraged followers assumed that the new complainant supposedly "allowed herself to be used by Deniece Cornejo and Cedric Lee's camp."

In an interview with TV Patrol, also on Friday, Roxanne denied claims that she knows Deniece and Cedric and that she was been paid by the two to accuse Vhong of rape. She added that her case is separate from Deniece's, but she admitted that she was "inspired" by the latter's courage to go against the Kapamilya actor.

Saying that she cannot "keep it forever" for she has "lived in fear for four years" after being "violated" and "threatened" by Vhong, Roxanne claimed that she's willing to go through the entire battle against him. "This is not about being famous, I'm seeking for justice," she said and added, "I want to see him in court. I want him to explain why he did that and I want him to apologize."

Photo: screengrabed from wharzeek on Youtube