Aktres na si Sunshine Dizon, nakatakdang kasuhan ng ‘syndicated estafa’ matapos diumanong manloko ng mga namumuhunan

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) already recommended filing a syndicated estafa charges against actress Sunshine Dizon and nine other people after allegedly luring people to invest money in a ‘super club’ that turned out to be closed already.

In the report made by Bilyonaryo, Sunshine, together with Jonathan Rubic Dy, John Marcelle Marcelino, Nino Lisandro Baltazar, Camilla Ana Bote, Cyrus Montesa, Jonathan Lin, Katushka Rumanova, Kenny Ho and Coco Yu were facing serious complaints from investors who lost millions of pesos after investing to the said club.

According to the complainants, they were convinced by Sunshine and her business partners to invest P6-M in Ikon Worldwide Entertainment Inc which owned the said super club.

However, after investigating, they discovered that the club was closed already and facing debts.

NBI said that Sunshine ignored the letters they sent to her.

“We issued several subpoenas to Dizon, et. al. to get their explanation, but all the summons were ignored,’’ the agency said.

Syndicated Estafa is a non-bailable offense that could put the actress in big trouble.

Meanwhile, Sunshine was also facing another complaint in Camarines Sur after allegedly convincing investors to invest millions of pesos in another business.

As of writing, Sunshine has yet to give any statement on the complaint.



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