The unexpected visit of the police at the office of Annabelle Rama (in photo) last December 6 resulted in the filing of an "attempted kidnapping" complaint by  Gutierrez matriarch.

 

Her complaint-affidavit was submitted to the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office earlier today, December 14.

Photo: Noel Orsal

Ang nangyaring pagbisita ng mga pulis sa opisina ni Annabelle Rama sa Imperial Palace Suites, Quezon City, noong December 6, ay nauwi sa pagpa-file ng talent manager ng "attempted kidnapping."

Sa kanyang 11-page Complaint Affidavit, inireklamo ni Annabelle sina "Nadia Montenegro, Atty. Marie Glen Abraham, four (4) Jhon Does from the Philippine National Police, at Jhon Doe from Prosecutor's Office of Quezon City."

Nakatanggap ang PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) kagabi, December 14, ng kopya ng dokumento na isinumite ng controversial talent manager noong araw ding iyon.

Nakasaad dito ang detalye ng umano'y tangkang pag-kidnap kay Annabelle ni Nadia at ng mga kasama.

Sa complaint affidavit, binanggit na ang "attempted kidnapping" ay hindi lamang tungkol sa "imprisonment of a person but also the deprivation of his liberty in whatever form and for whatever length of time.""

ANNABELLE'S ACCOUNT OF THE DECEMBER 6 INCIDENT. Bandang alas tres ng hapon nangyari ang insidente, na nasaksihan ng GMA-7 reporter na si Nelson Canlas sa Imperial Palace Suites (IPS).

Heto ang salaysay ni Annabelle sa affidavit:

"While at the lobby of IPS, the group of respondent Nadine was approached by Mr. Nelson Canlas ("Mr. Canlas"), a reporter from GMA-7.

"Initially, Mr. Canlas, talked to respondent John Doe policeman and inquired if they have a warrant of arrest.

"However, the respondent John Doe policeman replied, "Sir, Wala po. Nandito po kami para imbitahan lang si Ms. Annabelle."

"Again, Mr. Canlas made a follow-up question 'dapat meron po kayong warrant of arrest, kasi po sa akin ang dating e parang ina-aresto niyo siya.'

"Once more, Mr. Canlas inquired from respondent John Doe policeman whose orders they were following, but at this point, the policemen avoided his questions.

"Seeking answers, Mr. Canlas turned to the older man in civilian clothes and inquired if he is a policeman.

"He then introduced himself as a representative from the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office.

"Thereafter, Mr. Canlas asked him if he has a warrant of arrest or any form of writing that they can legally make me go with them.