The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo is planning to file criminal charges against a pro-administration blogger who accused her of sleeping around during a trip to South Africa last year.
Videos of blogger Drew Oliver cursing Robredo and making sexual allegations against her surfaced after he drew flak for his role in the controversial “pepedederalismo” video shared by Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson.
“Our legal team is currently looking into the possibility of filing a criminal complaint. Do stay tuned,” Robredo’s spokesperson, Barry Gutierrez, said in a tweet Tuesday (August 7).
In a series of videos, Olivar slammed Robredo for flying to South Africa last year to deliver a speech in a women’s forum.
“Puro photo op ka parati dyan, p—– i– mo,” he said.
Olivar said Robredo just pretended to be pushing for a cause in a trip even if her real plan was supposedly to sleep around.
“Kahit naririnig ng mga tao wala [akong] pakialam kahit public scandal ito, eh totoo naman na nagpapakan— ka lang naman dyan sa South Africa,” he said.
In another video, Olivar scored Robredo for sending one of her daughters to study at Harvard University in the United States.
“‘Yang anak mo, mag-aaralnsa Harvard P150,000 or P200,000 ang lifestyle tapos wala namang gagawin sa bayan,” he said.
Robredo’s daughter Aika graduated from Harvard earlier this year with a Master’s degree. She obtained a scholarship from the Ivy League school.