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As Imelda Schweighart’s FB Account is Disabled, she plans To Sue Bashers Under Cybercrime Law

“I hate K-pop. Filipinos are losing their identity trying to be like Koreans.”

Former Miss Philippines Earth turned singer Imelda Schweighart or just Imelda posted an Instagram story about her disabled Facebook account.

Firstly, she wrote that Facebook disabled her account and offered Php 25,000 to those who can help her recover it.

Then, Imelda continued saying that she couldn’t recover her account because of an alleged mass reporting from other Facebook users.

After her efforts to recover her account, she then added to the Instagram story writing that she has been listing names of bashers after consulting with her lawyer.

“I have been listing names after consulting my lawyer. I’m filing a case against every single person who has been messaging me under RA 10175 Cybercrime Law for Online Harassment, Invasion of Privacy, and Defamation of Character,” wrote Imelda.

Expressing her anger, she wrote that she would spend a lot of money to have those bashers messaging her jailed under the Cybercrime Law.

“Don’t wait till your names are in court for your words. I swear to God you have crossed the line and you will go to jail. Know who you are dealing with and how much money I’m willing to burn from my anger. You wanna take it out on me? Read about Cybercrime Law and the bail. I see you all. yung gigil ko walang atrasan ha. Magtawag na kayo ng magulang. Walang iyakan!” wrote Imelda.

Imelda received ire from netizens and celebrities after posting that she hates K-Pop because, for her, it sells insecurity.

“I hate K-pop. Filipinos are losing their identity trying to be like Koreans.”

 “Insecurity is what they sell. They are not promoting self-love,” wrote Imelda.

Imelda made news in 2016 after she stepped down as Miss Earth Philippines 2016 after her controversial remarks against Miss Earth 2016 Winner, Katherine Espin of Ecuador.


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