Robin Padilla on Friday said that his Facebook account was deactivated after posting tirades against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.
Padilla called up Super Radyo dzBB to say that he could no longer access his Facebook account after Trillanes said that he was too “noisy.”
“Kasi po kinansel po yung Facebook ko. Hindi ko na mahanap,” Padilla told anchors Arnold Clavio and Ali Sotto.
Told that he must have posted offensive content, Padilla said, “Ano po kaya ang ire-report nila dun..? Wala naman po akong bold du’n.”
“Ang lahat po ng aking content ay tungkol po sa bayan,” Padilla said.
Padilla over the past few days asked Trillanes to move out of the Senate premises, answer the accusations against him and allow the authorities to arrest him.
President Rodrigo Duterte has revoked the amnesty given to Trillanes in 2011, prompting the Armed Forces and the Philippine National Police to try to arrest him on Wednesday.
On Friday, presidential spokesman Harry Roque said Duterte wouldn’t want Trillanes arrested if there was no warrant against him.
Trillanes said this was not true as he claimed the AFP and the PNP were still out to arrest him.
Two courts in Makati City, Branch 148 and 150 have been asked to issue warrants for his arrest but both have yet to do so as the judges needed to refer to the records of the cases that were dismissed after Trillanes received the amnesty in 2011.
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