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Celebs show support for Liza Soberano, Julia Barretto after filing cases vs rape threats, fake news

John Lapus also showed support by retweeting the news with a clever comment noting Sonza’s fate with this legal action.

After Liza Soberano filed a case against a Converge employee who made a rape threat, actress Julia Barretto took legal action against former journalist Jay Sonza who posted fake news about her being pregnant with actor Gerald Anderson’s baby on Facebook.

Julia filed the case together with her mother Marjorie Barreto at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on Friday, September 25.

Celebs such as host Bianca Gonzalez showed support for Liza and Julia through social media.

https://twitter.com/iamsuperbianca/status/1309348366497718272

Actress Gabbi Garcia also showed support through her Twitter post.

https://twitter.com/gabbi/status/1309367701823918080

ABS-CBN reporter and news anchor Karen Davila also lauded the actions of Liza and Julia. Davila praised the actresses for standing up for themselves.

https://twitter.com/iamkarendavila/status/1309366636407697409

John Lapus also showed support by retweeting the news with a clever comment noting Sonza’s fate with this legal action.

https://twitter.com/KorekKaJohn/status/1309369901925056513

Storyteller Kevin Manalo also noted that it was time to stand up against fake news peddlers like Sonza.

Blogger Rod Magaru noted that Julia’s legal action against Sonza was the best news of the day.

https://twitter.com/rodmagaru/status/1309350099563081730

News reporter Mike Navallo also noted that justice beat reporters can include that rape threat and pregnancy rumors are not protected by free speech.

https://twitter.com/mikenavallo/status/1309367745348349953

Host Jules Guiang showed support using emojis.

https://twitter.com/JULESguiang/status/1309363261620408320

Number cruncher Edson Guido also noted that it was good to see Liza and Julia taking a stand for what is right. He also noted this empowers women, and that people should be more responsible when posting in social media.



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