Janelle Manahan Scandal
Janelle Manahan, girlfriend of murdered actor Ramgen Revilla, have sex videos that got leaked online in late December 2011. The young actress admitted on national television that she and Ramgen recorded “less than 10” scandal videos during the first year of their 5-year intimate relationship.
Janelle pointed out that while it is true that she and Ramgen filmed their private and intimate moments several times, they decided to delete the files at the height of the sex video scandal involving former celebrity doctor Hayden Kho in 2009. The actress said, however, that she is not sure whether or not Ramgen secured file copies of their sex videos in his laptop. Janelle added that she also learned from friends that it is possible to retrieve files in a computer even if it were already deleted.
Janelle believes that the sex video which made its way online and is still virally spreading on the web was uploaded by “someone who has access” to Ramgen’s computer.
Blogs reveal that a second part of Janelle Manahan’s footage scandal has leaked on the web where Janelle and Ramgen Revilla doing it in the bedroom, which reportedly runs for 4 minutes, and is spreading like wildfire on the net and on mobile phones. Unlike the first part, entertainment blogs report that the new video “exposes more of Janelle.”
On January 10, Janelle and her laywer asked authorities to investigate the alleged involvement of Ram’s siblings Ramona, Gail, Ramlynn, and Reuben Jesse Bautista, as well as his mother, Genelyn Magsaysay, in the uploading of the scandalous video online. Last January 4, Magsaysay admitted on the same TV program that her son’s laptop is in their possession.
Janelle’s camp said they will file a case against the Bautistas for alleged violation of Republic Act 9995, otherwise known as the “Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009.” According to Senator Bong Revilla, Ramgen’s half-brother who happens to have co-authored the law, “every person who downloads, copies and sends the video is guilty of violating the law, regardless if they were the original uploaders.”