Liz Uy, lalabanan ng idinemandang entertainment blogger

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Liz Uy, lalabanan ng idinemandang entertainment blogger

Liz-UyKINUYOG SI Michael Lim, Fashion Pulis blogger, ng messages ng celebrities after mag-file ng demanda sin Liz Uy laban sa kanya. Nag-file ng online libel at grave slander si Liz laban kay Lim recently. Matinding suporta ang nakuha ni Liz from celebrity friends via messages.

“In support of @lizzzuy’s fight against online irresponsibility, and to those who have been victimized by cyberbullying, I encourage all of you to spread positivity and #StopTheHate. Boycott sites and individuals who’s only intent and purpose is to bring others down by spreading malicious and made-up stories#StopTheHate,”  say ni Solenn Heussaff.

Say naman ni Ellen Adarna, “Go @lizzzuy !!! #support #stopthehate #finally”

From KC Concepcion, “#Appreciate. I support & uphold fair x responsible journalism. I support responsible online behavior from netizens. K thanks bye.”

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Nakakaloka naman ang message ni Luis Manzano who said, “This is for all those haters who can only find strength behind anonymity. For sure, their parents made them feel so inferior and such failures growing up that they can’t even stand for their own “opinion”. Dapat i-nailcutter ang utong talaga at patakan ng calamansi yung sugat.”

Say naman ni Lim, “It is sad that a public figure such as Liz Uy decides to file a case against me.

“Her feelings of being wronged by my post was based on a common truthful observation about her body of work relative to Maine Mendoza of AlDub which many people other than me also pointed out.

“Is it a crime for ordinary people, bloggers, showbiz writers, and journalists to point out valid observations about those in the public eye?

“Other writers, journalists and I should not be cowered by the filing of cases just to suprress the freedom to express and of the press.

“I will fight this case with courage because I have no malicious intent.”

“My lawyer is also studying the filing of counter charges for malicious prosecution and damages for this suppression of our freedom of the press and expression.”

Lex Chika
by Alex Valentine Brosas

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