Janelle Manahan talked about her leaked private video with Ramgen Revilla in an interview by Jessica Soho on GMA News TV’s “State of the Nation.”
In the said interview, Janelle Manahan revealed that she and her legal counsel Argee Guevarra asked for the help of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group’s (CIDG) Anti-Transnational and Cyber Crime Division in Camp Crame to investigate his late boyfriend’s siblings (and mother) as they are the most-likely suspects for the upload of the private video on the internet.
“Walang may kakayahan na makakuha ng ganoong file kundi ang mga kapatid ni Ramgen,” she said.
The persons to be investigated are Gail Bautista, Ramona Bautista, Ramlynn Bautista, and Reuben Jesse Bautista, as well as their mother, Genelyn Magsaysay, who lately admitted on news reports that they are in possession of Ramgen’s laptop computer which is believed to be the source of the private video.
If proven guilty, Ramgen’s mother and siblings will be liable for violation of Republic Act 9995 or the Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009.
It’s interesting to note that prior to the leakage of the video sometime on December 30, 2011, Janelle Manahan was purportedly warned through a Facebook message by Reuben Bautista that if she will continue to testify against the Revilla siblings regarding the murder of Ramgen, a sex video will be circulated on the internet.