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  • claudine-barettoCLAUDINE Barretto was in full combat mode when she faced some writers to talk about her war with ex-husband Raymart Santia­go. This time, she’s not just fight­ing Raymart but the entire Santia­go Family, who she said is bullying her. These are her fighting words: “Ang pinagkaiba ng baho ng mga Barretto sa baho ng mga Santiago, yung sa amin, naaam­oy. ‘Yung sa kanila, pag lumabas,  ikakasira talaga nila. Hindi na ako papayag. Nabastos na ako noon. Huwag nila akong babastusin. Like what I’ve said, do not mess with my kids. Do not mess with my children.” Raymart’s lawyer, Atty. Ruth Castelo, says they’re ready for whatever accusations Claudine has against Raymart, who refuses to make any comment since they have a gag order. They’re just wondering why Claudine was allowed by her lawyer to call for her own presscon when the gag order covr­ers them both.

    Claudine might not be aware of it but the sentiment of most neti­zens is that she should just keep quiet since it’s common knowl­edge that the Barrettos are fight­ing each other as a family, not the Santiagos. Even her supporters think this would be harmful to her if she’s making a comeback since it has very negative implications  for her.

    We heard even advertis­ing agency people are saying this will not be beneficial for her if she wishes to be an endorser anew, unlike her erstwhile rival Judy Ann Santos who has a rosier image in the eyes of the public as a wife and mom. They feel whatever prob­lems she has with Raymart, they should just settle it quietly so the media will not feast on them.(M. Bautista, Malaya)

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