- Robin Padilla is allegedly the previous owner of house in drug bust in Pampanga
- The police discovered an estimated P1 billion worth of liquid shabu in the house
- Padilla said once the report is proven, he will ask President-elect Duterte to execute him first
MANILA, Philippines – Actor Robin Padilla breaks his silence over the issue tagging him as the previous owner of the house in Angeles, Pampanga wherein the police discovered an estimated P1 billion worth of liquid shabu.
On his Instagram account, the actor shared the report published by Philippine Daily Inquirer which mentioned him as previously owning the house .
He wrote: “Kapag napatunayan na totoo ang sinabi ng Inquirer at ng GMA news patungkol sa akin, Hihilingin ko kay Mayor Duterte na ako ang unang bitayin nya sa kanyang pag upo bilang Pangulo.”
[If the report of Inquirer and GMA News about me can be proven, I will ask Mayor Duterte to make me the first one to be executed once he sits as President.]
Philippine Daily Inquirer has already deleted the portion of the article which mentioned the name of the actor.
According to an article of Philippine Entertainment Portal (PEP), the actor’s name was also mentioned in GMA News’ “Balitanghali”, May 31 episode.
The Philippine National Police Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (PNP-AIDG) raided the suspected shabu laboratory at the Villa Dolores subdivision in Angeles, Pampanga after a two-month surveillance.
Currently, the house is allegedly owned by a lawyer and was leased two months ago to a man identified only as Chang.
According to an article published by ABS-CBN News, the Villa Dolores Homeowners Association said the house was often locked up and added that they also had difficulty collecting rent from the foreigners staying in the house.
The police are looking for five suspects, including three Taiwanese, but they weren’t able to catch the suspects when they conducted the raid.