- Tony Labrusca shouted and cursed at an Immigration Officer.
- Labrusca isn’t a Filipino citizen and used his Balikbayan Visa which required him to travel with a Filipino parent.
- Since he doesn’t have a Working Visa, he may be removed from projects.
Tony Labrusca was involved in a controversy where he shouted and cursed at an Immigration Officer. This was because he was only given 30 days to stay in the Philippines due to his lack of proper requirements.
Labrusca used his Balikbayan Visa which required him to travel with a Filipino parent.
Tony lacks proper requirements.
Labrusca isn’t a Filipino citizen. He was born and raised in the US and Canada with his mother, Angel Jones, and her new family. He only went to the Philippines in 2016 to join the reality-based singing search, Pinoy Boyband Superstar.
The actor didn’t have the proper requirements such as a Philippine passport and Filipino parent accompanying him during his travel. He also brought with him a Balikbayan Visa and not a Working Visa which was needed for his employment in the country.
Tony may be removed from projects.
Labrusca is a part of ABS-CBN’s upcoming series, Mea Culpa which Jodi Sta. Maria will top-bill. He is also rumored to star in Darna as Liza Soberano‘s leading man. Since he doesn’t have a Working Visa, he may be removed from the said projects.
He has already apologized to the Immigration Officer through a Twitter post.