- JM de Guzman allegedly involved in altercation at bar
- JM De Guzman allegedly involved in a resto bar fight
- Rumors about JM De Guzman being involved in altercation circulates online
ABS-CBN actor, JM De Guzman was allegedly involved in a fight at a resto bar in Quezon City on the night of May 7, according to the police.
The 30-year-old actor was last seen on the afternoon series ‘Araw Gabi,’ as the lead actor to her leading lady Barbie Imperial. It was also recently revealed that their love team had come to an end.
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And just recently, rumors about JM De Guzman getting involved in a bar altercation had surfaced, with him beating up someone with his foreigner friend in a resto bar in Quezon City.
According to Abante, the victim, Pitt Norman Zafra, 35 years of age and a real estate broker had reported the Kapamily actor, JM De Guzman, and his foreigner friend.
In the initial investigation, the incident happened at Flying House Resto Bar at 8:45 pm last May 7, 2019. On the account of the witnesses, they saw the foreigner company of the actor to be the first to approach the victim, Zafra, on their table. Accompanying the victim is his live-in partner, Madel Bermudez, and with no hesitation the suspect immediately punched Zafra.
JM De Guzman immediately followed to Zafra’s table, and instead of pacifying the fight, he added it up by kicking Zafra’s back, and immediately, both of them ran outside the resto bar and escaped.
Bermudez immediately rushed the victim to treat the cuts and bruises at the East Avenue Medical Center.
Currently, the authorities are searching for actor JM De Guzman and his friend who escaped from the altercation that had happened.
De Guzman has yet to comment on the issue.
JM De Guzman had admitted before that he was using drugs when certain issues about him surfaced on his drug addiction, which he admitted in an interview in ‘The Buzz‘ in 2014 and he had a 15-month rehabilitation and now came back and got the spotlight back on his recent series, ‘Araw Gabi.’