SK chairwoman’s ‘sex video’ goes viral; ex-bf denies spreading video

By Jennifer P. Rendon

Netizens feasted on a sex scandal video involving a Sangguniang Kabataan chairperson in Capiz province.

The distraught girl had accused her ex-boyfriend of spreading the video.

The controversial video was allegedly cut into seven parts and was uploaded to Facebook.

In accusing her boyfriend, the woman cited an “investment” they made that went awry the reason why she earned her ex-boyfriend’s ire.

They allegedly plunked in P71,000 to an investment scheme which turned out to be a scam.

Kim Tae shying, a Korean national, was the alleged mastermind of the scam.

But she was surprised when she and friends learned about a sex scandal video with her as the main character.

The ex-boyfriend Lionel (not his real name) told Bombo Radyo-Roxas that he had no idea who spread the video.

In fact, Lionel claimed that he is not the man in one of the video clips showing a couple having sex.

But he admitted that he was in one of the uploaded videos inside a room and showing a man quizzing the SK chairwoman about the other men she had relationships with while they were still dating.

Lionel claimed that he has friends who could testify that he had no hand in spreading the sex scandal.

He narrated that he went to Metro Manila in January 2020. While there, he claimed that his mobile phone got snatched.

Lionel admitted, though, that he harbored ill feelings against his ex-girlfriend as she did not apologize after they got duped in the illegal recruitment scam of Korean national nga si Kim Tae Hyoung and her live-in partner Ramilyn Andrade.

But the SK chairwoman has been persistent in convincing him and his parents to invest.

The woman even claimed that she would return his P40,000 if the investment turned out to be a scam.

The woman convinced him to invest for their future plans

He also admitted to lobbing death threats at his ex-girlfriend but all of which were done at the height of his frustrations.

Meanwhile, one of those mentioned as the SK chairperson’s ex-boyfriend is believed to be a policeman in Capiz.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Ricardo Jomuad, Roxas City police chief, said he did not receive any complaint against one of his personnel.

But the policeman, who is married, defended himself against insinuations hurled against him.

“To begin with, he claimed that they didn’t have any romantic relationship. Wala nya kuno na-girlfriend to,” Jomuad said.

The policeman claimed that he was not also the man on video with a hairy arm.

“Indi man daw sya balbon so he could never be that man,” Jomuad said.

It was not known if a formal complaint had been lodged against the person who spread the video.

The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group 6 (CIDG-6) based Camp Delgado, Iloilo City said they have not received complaints relative to the sex video scandal.

But Police Lieutenant Colonel Gervacio Balmaceda Jr., CIDG-6 regional director, said their provincial field unit could also handle the investigation of such incidents.

A person who posted a photo and. Idea and shared it online could be held liable under Republic Act 9995 or the Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009.