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Ellen Adarna Would Rather Shave Heads Than Apologize to Student’s Family

It's been more than five days but Ellen Adarna still hasn't released a public apology for accusing 17-year-old student, Eleila Santos, for taking a video of her. Eleila's mother, Myra Santos, wrote in an open letter that they'll file a case against the actress if she doesn't meet the deadline. Inquirer.net reported that the family is indeed suing Ellen, but she seems unfazed by it. Do you want proof? Ellen posted a video where she's shaving John Lloyd Cruz's head, just hours after the charges became public. A post shared by Ellen Adarna (@maria.elena.adarna) on May 15, 2018 at 2:44am PDT In the past, Ellen also shared a video of her pedicure when Myra published...Keep on reading: Ellen Adarna Would Rather Shave Heads Than Apologize to Student’s Family.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 16th, 2018

What Does the Law Say About Cyberbullying Minors?

Ellen Adarna was in the news recently because of the whole paparazzi drama in Mendokoro Ramenba. She posted an Instagram Story featuring a high school student named Eleila Santos, who she accused of taking a video of her. When it was later revealed that Eleila was just posting about her food, the fiasco started as Ellen insisted and even asked the restaurant owner to pull up CCTV footage. Last night, the student's mother demanded a public apology from Ellen for the distress she caused her daughter. Ellen was given five days to respond, else Eleila's family will proceed with appropriate legal action. As of writing, Ellen hasn't responded nor issued an apology for the incident. T...Keep on reading: What Does the Law Say About Cyberbullying Minors?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

Street kid studying in rain finds home through crowdfunding effort

The young girl seen studying in front of a Malate condominium, and who has been subject recently of a viral video, now lives in a temporary apartment with her family, thanks to the efforts of individuals through a crowdfunding page. The third-grade student, Lorensalie Elaine "Jelen" Dolfu, made for a bright sight on a gray afternoon when Rolando Villanueva, a 36-year-old facility manager, spotted her reading textbooks while trying to find cover with a blanket in the rain. His video of her taken on July 5 now has 5.4 million views, as of this writing. WATCH: Video of street kid studying in rain goes viral Jelen is the daughter of Jerry and Ellen Dolfu, and proudly created her own nic...Keep on reading: Street kid studying in rain finds home through crowdfunding effort.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 19th, 2018

Ellen Adarna s agenda after being sued: Shave John Lloyd Cruz

On Tuesday, after formal charges have been filed against Ellen Adarna at the Office of the City Prosecutor in Pasig City, the actress remained mum about the issue and instead, posted a video of her shaving rumored boyfriend John Lloyd Cruz......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 15th, 2018

PAP moves? Mom of teen demands apology from Ellen Adarna

MANILA, Philippines – The mother of a 17-year-old girl whom social media personality and actress Ellen Adarna accused of trying to take "paparazzi" videos called on the actress to apologize for "ruining" her daughter's reputation.  In a post on her Facebook page, Myra Abo Santos, who identified herself as the mother of ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 8th, 2018

Cathy Garcia-Molina on John Lloyd Cruz being a father: ‘It’s about time’

Blockbuster director Cathy Garcia-Molina feels that should it be true that actor and good friend John Lloyd Cruz is responsible for the rumored pregnancy of sexy actress Ellen Adarna, she is simply happy for him. Select bloggers and members of the entertainment press caught up with Molina at a conference for her latest movie, "Unexpectedly Yours", Thursday. "Well, it's about time!" is the first thing she said when asked to comment about the issue. Given that Cruz is of age and has established himself especially financially, he can now settle down anytime and have a family of his own. "Ilang taon na si Lloydie eh, matanda na siya eh, eh ako nga 33 nanganak eh, yaan mo na s...Keep on reading: Cathy Garcia-Molina on John Lloyd Cruz being a father: ‘It’s about time’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 1st, 2017

LSGH champion guard foregoes basketball for studies in Ateneo

Joel Cagulangan and Inand Fornilos are still main men while Joshua David and Ladis Lepalam remain as key contributors for College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills in its title defense. One starter from that championship-winning team, though, is no longer suiting up – as a player, at least. Starting off-guard Jacob Lao is now part of the coaching staff for the Junior Blazers – just a year after graduating high school. Last year, he averaged 4.7 points including one triple and 2.8 rebounds. He also chipped in eight points and four rebounds in their title-clinching Game 3 win. Now, in the ongoing NCAA Season 94, he can be seen huddling with the coaches and handing out advice to the players. Along with wearing a different uniform inside the court, apparently Lao is now also wearing a different uniform outside the court. – and not just a different uniform, but the total opposite of that which he has been used to wearing. Asked where he has taken his talents to next, he told reporters with a grin, “Ateneo.” Yes, the CSB-LSGH champion guard is now studying BS Management in Ateneo de Manila University. He hasn’t turned into a Blue Eagle just yet, though. “I chose studies this time over basketball because this time, I want to focus on studies muna,” he said. For Lao, it’s about time that he prioritizes the student aspect of being a student-athlete. “Ang thinking ko kasi talaga is that basketball is not forever. Gusto ko munang i-prioritize yung studies kasi I can adjust naman (if ever) I want to play,” he said. After all, the son of Frank Lao who owns the Choi Garden line of restaurants will have to be involved in the family business sooner rather than later. Lao’s decision has the full support of both his family and his former team. “I made the decision (last May), but before I made it, I consulted with everyone from [CSB-LSGH head] coach Marvin [Bienvenida] to my parents. Sabi nila, if tama sa akin, then go,” he said. And apparently, this decision has been in the works for a long time. “When we won the championship, naisip kong kahit anong mangyari sa Seniors, studies muna ako,” he said. While he’s walking away from basketball, for now at least, the former Junior Blazers will always have the memories of that first-ever championship they brought home to Ortigas. “More than the championship, it was the brotherhood. Kaya nga I asked coach Marvin kung pwede akong maging assistant kasi ang hirap iwan yung samahan namin,” he said. And when that time comes that basketball comes knocking on his door anew, Lao said he’s only winning to entertain it. As he put it, “If ever maglaro ako ulit, nandun lang naman yung basketball.” Perhaps, a visit from Ateneo head coach Tab Baldwin just might do the trick? --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

Student, 12, others jailed in Manila drug operations

THIRTEEN persons, including a student and five belonging to a single family, are now in jail after they were arrested by Manila Police District (MPD) operatives during separate drug operations in different places in Manila. MPD Director Chief Supt. Rolando Anduyan identified those nabbed as Arnold Joshua Batac, 19, a….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018

Drug sweep nets 5 family members

A TOTAL of 13 persons, including a student and five belonging to a single family, are now in jail after they were arrested by Manila Police District (MPD) operatives during separate drug operations in Manila. MPD Director Chief Supt. Rolando Anduyan identified those nabbed as Arnold Joshua Batac, 19, a….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018

Letran kidnapping, Mocha federalism video, July inflation | Midday wRap

Today on Rappler: Colegio de San Juan de Letran vows to help the victim’s family and authorities in resolving the case of a 19 year-old student kidnapped by his own schoolmates. Akbayan Representative Tom Villarin says the Presidential Communications Operations Office budget should be removed . Inflation jumps to 5.7% in July , higher ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 7th, 2018

Letran breaks silence on kidnapping, vows to help in probe

MANILA, Philippines – After staying quiet the whole day on the kidnapping of its 19-year-old student by no less than his own school mates , Colegio de San Juan de Letran broke its silence on Monday evening, August 6, vowing to help authorities and the victim's family. "The Colegio remains committed to the just resolution of this case, to cooperating with ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 6th, 2018

John Lloyd hints at possible Cebu home

Image: INQUIRER.net File Photo John Lloyd Cruz may have hinted at a possible new home for himself, Ellen Adarna and their newborn baby in Cebu. The actor has been on indefinite leave from show biz.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 25th, 2018

PVL: UP transferee at the forefront of AU’s offensive might

As at it was in the last season NCAA finals between Arellano University and eventual champion University of Perpetual Help, Christian dela Paz, 20, is again leading the offensive drive of the Chiefs in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference.      The 20-year-old former UP Fighting Maroon sizzled with 24 points in Arellano’s debut in the PVL Saturday against Adamson University to underscore the leading role he is to take again on his third year with the Chiefs.    To set the record straight, the soft-spoken hotel & restaurant management student from Parang, Marikina, Rizal, said he left the UP squad because of differences with the coach, not because of the lack of playing time. Standing five-foot-nine, dela Paz, one of superstar Marck Espejo’s teammates in Sta. Elena High School in Marikina, leaps so high he can outsmart the taller blockers on the other side of the court whether he is near or far from the net.   Stories to tell     Dela Paz takes understandable pride in Espejo’s phenomenal rise and singular achievements in the sport being products of the same town. He relishes telling and retelling how dominant a player the multi-awarded former Ateneo Blue Eagle was as early as then and where their high school team was competing.  Middle blocker Christian Segovia, 24, Demmy Lapuz, 19, and Kim Tan, 18, who help ease dela Paz’s scoring load, also have interesting stories to share.       Segovia, born and bred in Tondo and studying HRM as well, says in Filipino: “I should have been playing for FEU, not with Arellano. I was already listed on the FEU team barely a week before the UAAP opened. My mother, already frustrated with my poor grades, got wind of it and immediately pulled me out of the team.       “I was transferred to Arellano where I earned good grades that pleased my mother. I got back into volleyball and showed her I could balance sport and studies this time around. Now, my mother, grandmother and three siblings are always watching my games.”     Yolanda survivor    Lapuz says he had an auspicious beginning with the Chiefs. He was already a starter on his rookie year when Arellano reached the finals against Perpetual last year.      This Tacloban City native was in third year high school when Typhoon Yolanda battered his place of birth in November 2013.       He recalls the ordeal in Filipino, “We were lucky to be living in a subdivision on a mountain slope. The roof of the house was blown away but we survived. The great destruction and the stench of death all around us was one experience everyone should not be subjected to.”       Learning and enjoying volleyball in his physical education classes in UDM had, according to Tan, weaned him away from basketball. The same school gave him his first training in volleyball; he became competent at it.       Higher tuition fees drove his family to seek other schools for him. He enrolled in NU and stayed there without playing volleyball for three years until his barkada in Arellano convinced him to try out for a spot on their varsity team.       He tried out and was taken in. Only a rookie, he started for the Chiefs in their first PVL game, making him a shoo-in for Arellano’s NCAA squad next season.       The other members of the Arellano Chiefs are Roi Domingo, setter Edmark Meneses, Adrian Villados, Tonell Arellano, Jethro Cabillan, Joshua Esguerra, Junnel Cacam, Jesrael Liberato and Evo Rinon        .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 23rd, 2018

John Lloyd at Ellen mahirap maging pribado ang buhay

GAANO man gustong itago sa publiko ang relasyon ng celebrity couple na sina John Lloyd Cruz at Ellen Adarna, malabo itong mangyari. Saan man sila magpunta ay tiyak na may makakakilala sa kanilang dalawa. Kung kumpirmado nang nakapagsilang na si Ellen last June 27 ng isang baby boy, nag-leak na….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 18th, 2018

In Bosnia, young man s death stirs nationwide protest

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia and Herzegovina – When the body of a 21-year-old student was found in a stream in March, police said it was an accident. But his family cried foul, unleashing a wave of protests unseen in Bosnia since 2014. Until his disappearance, David Dragicevic had been just ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 7th, 2018

John Lloyd Cruz’s response to supposed baptism of his ‘son’

John Lloyd Cruz called out a report claiming that his supposed son with beau Ellen Adarna got baptized shortly after birth......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJul 5th, 2018

It looks like John Lloyd Cruz is out to buy a baby stroller

The interest in John Lloyd Cruz and Ellen Adarna's offspring is reaching fever pitch---it's like when we tried to spot clues aboutKylie Jenner's pregnancyall over again. As of writing,there are rumors that Ellen already gave birth last June 27 to a bouncing baby boyin Chong Hua Hospital, Cebu City.John Lloyd also called out and denied the report about his son's alleged baptism. Today, there were photos released of John Lloyd shopping for baby stuff in SM City Cebu through what looks like an Ellen-JLC fan account known to crowd source content. The photos show him amidst strollers and was probably accompanied by Ellen's relatives. But since there's no confirmation from both JLC and E...Keep on reading: It looks like John Lloyd Cruz is out to buy a baby stroller.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 5th, 2018

Dinenay!

Lloydie napamura sa balitang bininyagan na ang anak kay Ellen Matagal-tagal nang dedma si John Lloyd Cruz sa mga issue sa kanya at never nagri-react sa mga nasusulat. Kaya naman marami ang nagtaka nang bigla siyang mag-post kahapon denying a news item tungkol sa kanila ni Ellen Adarna na lumabas….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 3rd, 2018

Ellen Adarna got her son baptized and the hospital security was extra tight

Ellen Adarna gave birth in Cebu on June 27 , it seems that the new mom already had her son baptized. A netizen tweeted out that the baptism happened on June 29 in Ellen's room at Chong Hua Hos.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2018

Ellen balitang nanganak na, John Lloyd no comment pa rin

BALITANG nanganak na si Ellen Adarna sa isang baby boy noong June 27 sa isang hospital sa Cebu. Kaagad din daw itong pinabinyagan. Pero ayon sa mga nagtsismis, wala raw doon si John Lloyd Cruz na ama ng bata. Ayon pa rin sa source, sobrang higpit daw ng security sa….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 1st, 2018

JRU’s coach Vergel admits: ‘Now, we’re rebuilding’

HOW’D THEY DO LAST SEASON? 11-8 overall, third-seed after eliminations, lost in stepladder playoffs to San Sebastian YES, THEY’RE STILL HERE: MJ Dela Virgen, Darius Estrella, Jed Mendoza WELCOME TO THE FAMILY: Ry Dela Rosa, Andrei Dulalia, Agem Miranda GOOD LUCK ON FUTURE ENDEAVORS: Abdul Wahab Abdul Razak, Ervin Grospe, Gio Lasquety, Abdel Poutouochi, Teytey Teodoro WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM JRU? Truth be told, nobody knows anything at all about JRU. “Now, we’re rebuilding. Parang ang naiwan sa aking players, aapat lang from past season. I’m not expecting too much kasi bago nga yung team namin.” – head coach Vergel Meneses Longtime veterans Ervin Grospe and Gio Lasquety have graduated and NCAA 94 was supposed to be the Teytey Teodoro show. Only, Teodoro departed from Shaw Boulevard due to circumstances yet to be disclosed. Now, Jed Mendoza is the only known commodity for head coach Vergel Meneses and it’s high time for him to take the next step into becoming a go-to-guy. “Ang sabi ko sa kanya, let your teammates get involved. I’m not asking you to shoot every time or score 30 points. You need your teammates para ma-open yung floor for you.” – head coach Vergel Meneses But fear not, Heavy Bombers faithful, a ray hope may very well be found in Darius Estrella, a former NCAA Juniors MVP who was having flashes of brilliance before tearing his ACL a year ago. WHO IS/ARE THE PLAYER/S TO WATCH OUT FOR FROM JRU? Clearly, JRU’s one and only answer to this question is Mendoza who won the Most Improved Player last year and only looks to improve even more. Much also rests on the shoulders of Estrella who has no time to waste in getting back to his old self. Coach Vergel also has promising pieces coming in in the form of former University of the East do-it-all player Agem Miranda and double-double machine Andrei Dulalia as well as ex-San Beda HS’ solid contributor Ry Dela Rosa. For the first time in years, the Heavy Bombers won’t have a foreign student-athlete so expect the locals to go all-out and all-heart. “Ang sinasabi ko sa mga players ko, just keep working hard, just keep fighting. I’m not asking you for a win, na every game, kailangan tayong manalo. Ang hinahanap ko lang sa kanila at magtatrabaho sila every game.” – head coach Vergel Meneses WHY SHOULD WE ROOT FOR JRU? Coach Vergel Meneses is the longest-tenured head coach in the NCAA and he has made the Final Four in all but three of his eight years on the coaching chair. “We’ll be there every game, fighting. Yun lang ang masasabi ko. Sa nakikita ko, yung puso ng mga bata compared to last time, maganda.” – head coach Vergel Meneses If, somehow, some way, he gets the Heavy Bombers to the playoffs once more, could anybody even question his coaching credentials? WHERE WOULD JRU BE AT THE END OF NCAA SEASON 94? Unfortunately, as much as everybody loves them some Vergel Meneses, he and his boys would be watching the Final Four at home or at school. As always, JRU could pull off upsets, but those would be few and far between. WHEN IS JRU’S FIRST GAME IN NCAA SEASON 94? JRU’s first game in the season is a home game in their Shaw Boulevard campus. Visiting them there on July 12 will be Mapua. As always, all of the #GalingNCAA will be on S+A, S+A HD, LIGA, LIGA HD, and livestream. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 30th, 2018