Murder victim Ram Revilla and survivor Janelle Manahan had keep trending on online searches not because Filipino nitizens are searching for the murder case update but because of the sex video scandal that was started being shared last week via networking sites.
In relation, the half brother of the Ram Revilla, Senator Ramon Bong Revilla had sought the help of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to find out who released the leaked video scandal to the public.
"Sobrang pambababoy ang ginagawa nila sa kapatid ko. Karumal-dumal na nga ang pagkamatay ni Ramgen, sinisira pa nila ang pagkatao," Senator Bong Revilla said in a media interview last Tuesday.
"Mas grabe pa ang pambababoy na ginagawa nila kay Janelle. Grabe na ang kanyang pinagdaanan, at pilit pa nilang niyuyurakan ang pagkababae nito ngayon," the senator added.
According to sources, the lawyer of the Manahan's camp, Argee Guevarra, confirmed that the video scandal that has been circulating online which shows Ramgen and Janelle having intercourse on a restroom is authentic.
Janelle Manahan's lawyer had accused the family of Ramgen - the Bautista, who released the leaked scandal video online. According to Guevarra, the family of Ramgen, the Bautistas, had Ramgen's laptop where the video was save.
According to Philippine law based on RA 9995 or the Anti Voyeurism Law of 2009 - It prohibits any person from taking photos or shooting videos of a person or group of persons performing sexual acts or capturing the image of the private area of a person/s such as the naked or undergarment-clad genitals, buttocks or female breast without the consent of the person/s involved.
It also prohibits anyone to publicly release the photo or video by any means.
The Manahan camp had accused the Bautista family in releasing the video scandal to degrade Janelle Manahan's personality and for her to lost focus.