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Quezon City Police Department ( QCPD ) proves that no special treatment is being given to showbiz celebrities who were arrested over il...
Quezon City Police Department (QCPD) proves that no special treatment is being given to showbiz celebrities who were arrested over illegal use of drugs.
Following the arrest of sexy stars Sabrina M. and Krista Miller together with models Jeramie Padolina and Liaa Alelin Bolla, QCPD Chief of Police Senior Supt. Guillermo Lorenzo Eleazar told media that law is being enforced to them regardless of their social status. He claimed that the celebrities are doing drills and exercises that other prisoners are doing. The sexy stars were detained at QCPD compound where they do inmates activities such as tending the garden, doing exercise and going out of their cells to be exposed under the sun.
Eleazar said that while they are waiting for their designated jail facilities, the celebrities are required to comply with the rules being imposed in the detention center.
“Habang naghihintay ng commitment order para sa jail facilities na kanilang pupuntahan, nagdetoxify sila ngayon, gardening and then exercise, then nagpapa-araw” Eleazar narrated.
Eleazar also reported that there is a marginal improvement with regards to the celebrities’ physical appearance and mental health as they are also being rehabilitated.
Eleazar then put emphasis on how they are strictly enforcing the law and how they are making sure that celebrities will be handled like any other detainee. He assured the public that there are no special treatment is being given to these arrested showbiz stars.
“No special treatment. Talagang nakulong sila, talagang selda ang pinupuntahan nila. May time naman talaga na pinapag-exercise sila para lumabas sila at maarawan which is kailangan naming ginagawa sa mga detainees” Eleazar added.
These celebrity stars were arrested last September in buy-bust operations following the administration’s claim that they have a master list of celebrities involved in illegal drug activities.