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Is Senator Leila de Lima the female in the alleged sex video?

This is the question surrounding the alleged sex video of Senator Leila de Lima which runs one minute 54 seconds and it has becoming a hot debate from the Senate hearings and even from the viewers.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has threatened that he will show an alleged sex video involving De Lima at the next House committee inquiry. The video shows a woman who slightly looked like De Lima having sexual intercourse with a man with dark features.

Philippine Daily Inquirer, a newspaper outlet sought people to watch the video while asking the viewers their comments and opinions. Most of the viewers believes and feels that De Lima’s alleged sex video is fake. So, is the sex video really fake?

In all honesty, I still haven’t watched the video because I am really not interested with the alleged sex life of the former Justice Secretary. The sex video does not mean anything and it sure does not have any bearing to the impending case of the alleged illegal drug trade in New Bilibid Prison. It shouldn’t be anyone’s business to meddle in Senator Leila de Lima’s May-December affair.

It is hypocritical for the male Senators nor the President to call for an immoral woman when most of the politicians flaunt their affair and mistresses even in front of media. The mere fact that the sex video is being account as evidence in the ongoing Senate hearing against the proliferation of drugs in New Bilibid Prison.

It is a waste of time to check on these matters when the Senate Hearing can actually spend their time looking up into the allegations and doing something about the drug trade. Like any other people with an active libido, it isn’t the concern of ours who De Lima decides to undress for.

Moreover, I highly believe that it is ludicrous that it would be imperative to discuss a 57-year old sex life and even watch their sex scandal just to prove a point that the former Justice Secretary is actually involved in the illegal drug trade.

If the Duterte administration wants to end the war against De Lima, the best shot is to finally expedite on the hearing and get to the bottom of the issue. The Senate Hearing should forego the viewing of the sex video but rather concentrate in the evidence piling up when it comes to the illegal drug trade.


About the author: Diana Abne


A little too crazy, a bit serious and a whole lot of weird. She eats, drinks, and breathes writing. She's an adventure seeker, art lover, travel hunter, music aficionada, movie buff, bookworm, lover of all things eccentric. Diane Abne is one of the contributors for cebudavao.com.


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