Twelve year old Kapamilya Child Actress Andrea Brillantes’ alleged scandalous private video went viral!
Real or fake? The alleged scandalous video of teen actress Andrea Brillantes leaked and went viral on the internet.
This alleged scandal video of Kapamilya Child Actress Andrea Brillantes is the hottest trending talk on social medias as of today. Three Facebook pages were created and the term “Andrea Brillantes” became the top trending topic on Twitter nationwide, wherein floods of posts and reactions from Netizens are keep on rising.
According to trending news blog COORMS, the supposed Andrea Brillantes alleged scandal video part 1 is 1 minute and 35 seconds long while the length of the Andrea Brillantes alleged scandal video part 2 is 27 seconds only.
The site reported that the two clips appear to be taken from “different areas” of their house. In the alleged video, the young celebrity is reportedly seen playing with her genital.
Netizens have been buzzing online and Some posted the download links while others shared screenshots taken from the alleged Andrea Brillantes video scandal.
Fans of the Kapamilya star stood by her side, expressing support with the capslocked hashtag #RESPECTANDREABRILLANTES. They urged fellow social media users to not spread the videos and invade the privacy of the 12-year-old “Pangako Sa ‘Yo” star.
Those who have watched the alleged Andrea Brillantes scandal video, said that the clips were “too real to be fake”.
This may probably be a hoax and since Andrea Brillantes is just a minor, spreading the said video can really get you into a lot of trouble. Here are some of the penalties you might incur if you spread the said video:
The Anti-Child Pornography Law states that when minor is involve the penalty shows below:
(a)Reclusion Temporal = Pagkakakulong mulang 12 years hanggang 20 years
(b) Any person found guilty of violating Section 4(a), (b) and (c) of this Act shall suffer the penalty of reclusion temporal in its maximum period and a fine of not less than One million pesos (Php1,000,000.00) but not more than Two million (Php2,000,000.00);
(c) Any person found guilty of violating Section 4(d), (e) and (f) of this Act shall suffer the penalty of reclusion temporal in its medium period and a fine of not less than Seven hundred fifty thousand pesos (Php750,000.00) but not more than One million pesos (Php1,000,000.00);