Claire Ruiz Plays a Religious Teenager Who Becomes a Drug Addict in ‘MMK’

A young woman’s faith in God is put to test after she goes through tough times in her life that lead her to becoming a drug addict this Saturday (Jan 20) in “MMK.”

Abegail (Claire Ruiz) grows up in a religious family, influenced by her pastor father and her mother who works in their church.

Her strong faith in God, however, is shattered when her father suddenly dies of aneurysm.

Abegail blames God for what happened and starts to become rebellious. To make things worse, her mother decides to work in Thailand, which pushes her over the edge and leads her to using drugs and joining the world of cybersex.

How will Abegail gather herself up? How will she bring her faith back?

Joining this upcoming episode are Kristine Garcia, Simon Ibarra, Dominic Roque, Mara Lopez, Jon Lucas, Mutya Orquia, JB Agustin, Prince Stefan, Kim Molina, Nikki Gonzales, Ali Khatibi, and Tom Doromal. The episode is directed by Dado Lumibao and written by Benson Logronio. “MMK” is led by business unit head Roda C. dela Cerna and Star Creatives COO Malou Santos.

Don’t miss the longest-running drama anthology in Asia, “MMK,” every Saturday after “Little Big Shots” on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). Catch its latest for Sky subscribers. For more updates, follow @mmkofficial on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

1 Comment on Claire Ruiz Plays a Religious Teenager Who Becomes a Drug Addict in ‘MMK’

  1. She is a very good actress. love it.

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