Actor Chuckie Dreyfus had enough with the netizens claiming that he used Isabel Granada’s demise to earn money from the donations meant for the late actress.
Isabel faced her sudden end due to aneurysm in 2017.
In a Facebook post, Dreyfus mentioned a netizen who made a comment on a Pep.ph Facebook post, claiming that the actor didn’t inform the family of Isabel about the fundraising they’re launching.
The netizen claimed that Dreyfus insisted to help, but after 40 days the family of Isabel didn’t get anything from the said fundraising.
However, Dreyfus denied the accusation of Ruiz and even announced that he’s ready to file libel charges against the netizen.
After being called out, Ruiz apologized to Dreyfus, saying that her account was hacked and he’s not aware of the comments she made on Pep.ph.
“Wala naman po ako alam sa totoong nangyari ako po ngunit nagpapakumbabang humihingi ng paumahin At Patawad sa inyong mag asawa Sir Chuckie at Mam Aileen sa komento dko rin po inaasahan…wala po ako alam tungkol sa issue sa nakaraan At sa hinaharaan ngaun nila Sir chuckie po ay hhmihingi ng Patawad Patawad po,” the netizen said.
He also showed comments from the relatives of Isabel, thanking him for what he did to raise funds for the late actress.
“WALA KAYO SA LUGAR NA PINANGYARIHAN AT MAS LALONG HINDI NINYO AKO KILALA NG PERSONAL PARA MAGSALITA KAYO NG GANYAN,” Dreyfus said.
Dreyfus received criticisms on social media after he was accused by former actor John Regala of pocketing the donations they gathered using the latter’s name.
The former “That’s Entertainment” talent tried to debunk Regala’s claims and showed some bank certificates to prove that they’re sending money to the former actor.