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Mother of teenager accused by Ellen Adarna of being paparazzo speaks up

It was only recently when Ellen Adarna posted a photo of a teenager and the latter’s companion whom she claimed were paparazzi shadowing her. However, it turned out that they were nothing more than customers of the restaurant that Ellen was also dining at.

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Photo Credit: twitter.com/Eleiluh

Upon finding out that their photos have gone viral, the teenager took to Twitter to clarify that she did not even know who Ellen Adarna is, much less try to take a photo of her. The young woman explained that she was just posting a video of her food on social media, which the actress did not believe.

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Despite the overwhelming evidence that Ellen was not the subject of the video (she was on the far corner and was barely recognizable in the teenager’s clip), the actress took things further by saying she hopes the teenager can handle bashers.

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Now, the mother of the 17-year-old student has come to her daughter’s defense, threatening legal action if the sexy actress does not publicly apologize and retract her accusations.

In a now-viral Facebook post, the mother, Mrs. Myra Abo Santos, said she has already consulted with their family lawyer for possible future legal actions to be taken against Ellen Adarna.

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Photo Credit: facebook.com/fashionpulis
Photo Credit: facebook.com/fashionpulis

A part of her post read:

“We prefer not to take this further, but as our only daughter, we are ready to take this wherever needed to protect her integrity. As much as no one has the right to breach your privacy, you have no right to ruin my daughter’s reputation.”

The mother added:

“My lawyer indicates that you will have five days to reply to this letter. Should you fail or refuse to do so, we will not hesitate to take the appropriate legal actions necessary under the circumstances, to protect and uphold the best interest and welfare of our 17 year old [daughter].”

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Who else is waiting for the other shoe to drop?

Source: Smartparenting