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AJ Raval, other Vivamax stars also facing ‘obscene publication’ charges

MANILA, Philippines — The Kapisanan ng Social Media Broadcasters ng Pilipinas Inc. (KSMBPI) has filed criminal charges against Vivamax actresses AJ Raval, Ayanna Misola, and Azi Acosta, claiming the three have committed "cybercrime violations in relation to obscene publication."

The assocation filed similar charges to another Vivamax star Angeli Khang last week, on the basis of a alleged social media post by Khang featuring explicit scenes from past projects.

KSMBPI legal counsel Atty. Mark Tolentino shared the charges — separate filings for each actress — filed to the Pasay City Prosecutors Office on his personal Facebook account.

Raval (real name Elizabeth Buensuceso), Misola, and Acosta were all accused of violating Article 201 of the Revised Penal Code in relation to Section 6 of R.A. 10175 (Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012), the same charge against Khang.

Last week, KSMBPI vowed to charge three other celebrities — now revealed to be Raval, Misola, and Acosta — for allegedly also posting explicit videos on their social media pages.

Vivamax and the three actresses have yet to respond to the filings as of publication.

The association previously filed cybercrime charges against "It's Showtime" hosts and real-life couple Vice Ganda and Ion Perez, as well as online personality Toni Fowler. — with reports by Jan Milo Severo

RELATED: Angeli Khang faces 6 criminal charges filed by social media broadcasters for alleged explicit posts

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