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  • Dr. Vicki Bello and two others were in hot water right now after sexy ac­tress Katrina Halili filed criminal charges before the Department of Justice on June 8 for uploading the latter’s steamy videos with Dr. Hayden Kho . Engineer Eric John­ston Chua and Dr. Mark Herbert “Bistek” Rosario were also included in the complaint for violation of Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004, aside from Bello.

    Katrina-HaliliThe three believes to be responsible for disseminating the videos via the Internet, according to Halili. “Sinama ko na po sa reklamo ko lahat ng may kinalaman sa uploading ng videos (I included in the complaint all those who had a hand in up­loading the videos),” Halili told reporters.

    Last June 5 the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) already filed a complaint for violation of RA 9262 against Kho. Bello gave Chua and Rosa­rio the keys to Kho’s condo­minium unit so that they could retrieve the latter’s hard drive. Chua, in his affidavit sub­mitted before the National Bureau of In­vestigation, denied uploading the videos, but admitted to retrieving the hard drive and making a copy of Kho’s sex videos on a DVD. Chua said he gave the DVD to Bello and in front of Bello, deleted the files in the hard drive.

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