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Manila, PhilippinesCedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo and those who are involved in the mauling of actor, host Vhong Navarro are now considered fugitives. Because of this, NBI alerted all possible exit points from the country (Philippines) yesterday in order to for the accused not to escape from the country. This is according to said NBI National Capital Region director Efren Meneses.

The case serious illegal detention filed against them by the victim of mauling caused them to be considered as fugitive. As what we can remember, the two including Ferdinand Guerrero, Simeon Raz, and Jed Fernandez were involved in the mauling and they are also the ones who are charged of the non-bailable case.The warrant was issued on Monday by Judge Paz Esperanza of the Taguig Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 271.

Cedric Lee and Deniese Cornejo are Now Fugitives (Wanted)

We can remember that Navarro was allegedly mauled by Lee’s group inside Cornejo’s condo unit in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig wherein the issue became sensational. On the other hand, Deniece Cornejo fied rape case against Vhong but it was dismissed by the DOJ.

Lee’s sister Bernice was detained at the NBI headquarters in Manila due to the fact that she was arrested yesterday for the case grave coercion and there was a news that she was released at 1 p.m. yesterday because she has posted bail.

Lee and Cornejo is now going through a tough times as they are considered fugitives. The arrest warrant was released and anytime soon, whether day or night, Lee and Cornejo can be arrested.

Though the two are not allowed to get out of the country while the case is going on, there was this news about the leaking of the information regarding their booked flight that was stopped by the authority. Another accused then named Ferdinand Guerrero was stopped at the NAIA because of his booked trip to Hongkong. Be updated on this case in our future post here.


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