Almira Muhlach seeks help as husband Bong Alvarez gets rowdy

by Nerisa Almo
Dec 14, 2007
Bong Alvarez reportedly disturbed the peace in a village in Pasig, which prompted his wife Almira to seek help from village officials. Bong, on the other hand, refused to be interviewed by journalists.



Former actress Almira Muhlach reportedly sought help as her husband, former basketball player Paul "Bong" Alvarez, started to get rowdy at his family's residence early this morning, December 14.

GMA News reported that Bong, who was drunk at that time, caused disturbance when he started acting belligerently at about 4 a.m. at their residence in Park Wood Executive Village in Maybunga, Pasig City.

Almira reportedly asked help from the village officials to pacify her husband. Reports also added that Almira was seen crying outside their house with their children.

However, the village officials could not say whether Bong had hurt Almira during the incident.

According to radio reports, Bong refused to be interviewed by journalists.

This is the third time that the former cager got involved in a fight. Early this year, he reportedly almost had a fight with model-host Borgy Manotoc . Bong apparently mistook Borgy's model girlfriend, Ornusa Cadness, for a waitress at Embassy Bar. Bong explained that it was an honest mistake and even apologized to Borgy.

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Then, last August, Bong was accused of attacking ABS-CBN reporter Gretchen Malalad. Gretchen narrated that Bong acted violently and elbowed her on the face while she was trying to get his side on the report that he mauled a taxi driver.

Bong denied that he intended to hurt Gretchen.
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Bong Alvarez reportedly disturbed the peace in a village in Pasig, which prompted his wife Almira to seek help from village officials. Bong, on the other hand, refused to be interviewed by journalists.
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