Alyzza Agustin already apologized about her controversial posted status her social media account on how she had gotten away with a traffic violation after using the Police Chief Supt. Alexander Ignacio's business card.
Men’s magazine model, Alyzza Agustin, got into a widely spread controversial of being involved with a high ranking police after she had posted a status on how she had gotten away with a traffic violation after using the officer’s business card. After bragging on Facebook that she was not reprimanded, her post did not get away from the prying eyes of netizens.
According to Abs-cbn News, The said claim of Agustin was denied by Police Chief Supt. Alexander Ignacio on Tuesday. He said that he didn't personally knows glamour model Alyzza Agustin.
The apology was posted on Alyzza Agustin's 79k like Facebook page that has been deactivated later. Below was what she posted...
"I would like to apologize to everyone who was affected and offended by my post, fellow motorists, Director (sic) Alexander C. Ignacio and his family and the PNP Institution as a whole," Agustin said. "I was just overwhelmed by that moment because I was caught in traffic for hours coming from work."Watch the news posted on abs-cbn YouTube account below..