Viewers say De Lima’s alleged sex video fake


  • Amid the controversial alleged sex video of Sen. Leila De LIma, a Filipino-American woman based in the United States sent to the Philippine Daily Inquirer a copy of a video showing a couple engaged in the sex act
  • The newspaper outlet sought people to watch the video, which runs for one minute and 54 seconds, to ask comments and opinions
  • Viewers say:  “De Lima’s alleged sex video is fake”

“Is Sen. Leila de Lima the female in the video?

This was the question raised by a Filipino-American woman based in the United States when she sent to the Philippine Daily Inquirer a copy of a video showing a couple engaged in the sex act, an article written by Pocholo Concepcion on Inquirer mentioned.

Earlier, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has threatened that he will show an alleged sex video involving De Lima at the next House committee inquiry.

To ask comments and opinions, the Inquirer then sought people to watch the video, which runs for one minute and 54 seconds, that was sent  by the Filipino-American.

The video shows a woman who purportedly has slight facial resemblance to De Lima, wearing eyeglasses while having sexual intercourse with a man with seemingly dark features.

Near the end of the video, a dog makes its presence felt by walking away from the scene, the article noted as it added that the curious thing is that the woman keeps looking at the camera all throughout.

One of the viewers, a businesswoman in particular, said: “It’s blurred. You can’t see the face. Although she has a similar build, and I saw still photos in an online post showing the face of the woman, no doubt this is younger than De Lima. Only those with poor eyesight or dirty minds will say this is Leila. This video is fake.” 

Another viewer who was identified as a musician, exclaimed: “My God, how fake. The woman doesn’t look like De Lima. And I doubt if the guy is (Ronnie) Dayan [De Lima’s alleged ex-boyfriend]. And the one who edited this video put a watermark of its supposed original site just when the woman turned her face to the camera.”

“Photoshopped or not, it can be someone else. There are lots of porn sites that feature people who look like other people. I even saw one who resembled Hillary Clinton,” a photographer explained.

Another businesswoman stetd: “Undistinguishable. The woman was even made to wear glasses to make her look like De Lima.”

In addition, a theater lighting engineer noted: “It’s a big hoax … Hocus-pocus involved.”

An unconvinced club DJ also said: “I really can’t say it’s her, even if she kept on looking at the camera. I think it’s staged,” while another musician stressed: “Is that it? Gosh, the extent of what people do … This is the worst kind of fakery.”

“Anybody who watches it will say it’s fake!” said a housewife while a female journalist declared:“It’s crazy. This is mudslinging at its lowest.” 

Splattered with the watermark title, “Senator Leila de Lima Scandal Pak Ganern,” the video’s website source turned out to be a porn site.

 

This article has been viewed 6450 times. Article originally posted: September 30, 2016, 1:20 am (UTC-0). Last update: September 30, 2016 at 1:20 am (UTC-0).

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