Former matinee idol William Martinez has seen enough of young actor Baron Geisler's alleged rude behavior.
"This has gone far enough, he should be taught a lesson," fumed William in an ABS-CBN News interview earlier today, April 28.
William accompanied his daughter Patricia Martinez to the Women and Children's Desk office at Camp Crame in Quezon City. Patricia, 21, filed a formal complaint against Baron whom she accused of sexually harassing her during a night out with friends last Friday, April 25. The incident reportedly took place at a bar somewhere in Makati City.
Patricia obliged an interview with GMA-7 News and recounted, "Sinabi sa ‘kin, ‘May boyfriend ka?' Sabi ko, ‘Meron nga, meron nga,' 'tapos bigla niyang sinabi, ‘Sex tayo.' After that bigla niyang binawi, sabi niya sa akin, ‘Sorry, sorry, sorry. Lasing ako.'"
Baron's transgression, however, didn't stop there. Patricia added that immediately after saying sorry, Baron went on to embrace and touch her face before moving his hands toward her breasts.
"Paglabas ko po ng door, doon na po ako nag-break down. Kasi I really felt violated with what he did to me, especially na pinagkatiwalaan ko siya na para ko siyang kuya," Patricia lamented.
NOT THE FIRST TIME. William, for his part, argued that being drunk is certainly not an excuse to act irresponsibly and later on wash one's hands to escape prosecution.
"Hindi puwede pagkalasing ka, mambabastos ka, ‘pag normal ka magsu-sorry ka," said William on GMA-7 News. "Hindi puwedeng again and again and again and again. Kawawa ang babae. He has to learn a lesson. Hindi puwedeng ganito, lagi na lang ganito."
William also revealed that Baron disrespected his wife, Yayo Aguila, on two separate occasions. One of those instances allegedly took place during the course of Yayo and Baron's stay in the celebrity edition of ABS-CBN's reality hit show Pinoy Big Brother.
"Tatlong beses niyang ginawa ‘yan," he told ABS-CBN. "Kay Yayo, nakita naman ‘yan sa TV. Nasundan pa sa labas ng bahay. Binastos niya ang pagkatao ko bilang ama, 'tapos ng nanay, ngayon naman, anak naman. Dapat tigilan na ‘yan, gagawin niya ‘yan sa lahat ng babae."
Authorities, as of the moment, are still investigating the matter and preparing the necessary report to properly establish the complaint against Baron.
"Kasi pagka mga ganyang cases, 'pag bago pa, medyo under state of trauma pa siya," CIDG-WCCO Chief Supt. Sotera Macatangay told reporters, meaning Patricia's current state. "But we're going to file. It's up for the investigator kung ano ‘yong findings ng investigator."