LOOK: John Lloyd Cruz attends the preliminary investigation hearing of Ellen Adarna’s child abuse & cyber crime case filed here at the Pasig City Office of the Prosecutor. Ellen not here but John Lloyd is accompanied by Ellen’s legal counsel. The complaining party also here. pic.twitter.com/zT0IwPIWNE— MJ Felipe (@mjfelipe) June 11, 2018
Ellen Adarna did not show up but sweetheart John Lloyd Cruz, an on-leave Kapamilya star, showed up to the preliminary investigation of Adarna's case for the bodies of evidence against his sweetheart Adarna recorded by the guardians of the affirmed paparazzi she posted months prior on her Instagram account. Ellen neglected to go to by and by, yet her beau appeared with her direction at the Pasig City Prosecutor's Office to confront the kid mishandle and cybercrime cases documented by Myra and Roel Santos, the guardians of the 17-year-old that Ellen called a paparazzi.
MJ Felipe, ABS-CBN showbiz journalist, posted on his Twitter account a video of John Lloyd with Adarna's lawful guidance going to the examination. MJ subtitled his video, "Look --- John Lloyd Cruz goes to the case' preliminary examination becoming aware of Ellen Adarna's youngster manhandle and digital wrongdoing case documented here at the Pasig City Office of the Prosecutor.
Images from Twitter @mjfelipe & Instagram @maria.elena.adarna
Adarna's not here but rather John Lloyd is joined by Adarna's lawful guidance. The whining party is additionally here". The showbiz columnist included that the hearing just last under thirty minutes and has been rescheduled on June 25th.
Tweeted by MJ, "the [prelim investigation] hearing today keep going for under 30 minutes and has been rescheduled once more, two weeks from now June 25th as asked for by respondent's camp".
A week ago, Adarna neglected to go to the main hearing, leaving the complainants to sit tight for a considerable length of time.
Reports said her dad passed away because of heart failure.
Adarna is confronting an infringement of RA 7610 or Anti-Child Abuse Law and RA 10175 or Anti-Cybercrime Law.