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VIDEO | 'Amalayer' girl speaks: 'I regret my actions, but I don't think I deserve all this'

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Paula Jamie Salvosa, the commuter caught on video berating an LRT guard, and notorious on social media as 'Amalayer', spoke out on national television on Friday, granting an exclusive interview with TV5's 'Andar ng mga Balita'.

"I do regret my actions, but I don't think I deserve all this," Salvosa told News5's Jove Francisco and Grace Lee. She said she is considering legal options with regard to the person who uploaded the video of her confrontation with the LRT guard, and at the same time expressed willingness to have a face-to-face discussion with all the parties involved in the story gone viral.

Salvosa said she is anguished with how the video has spread, attracting vicious personal attacks and causing her emotional distress. Below is Salvosa's interview on 'Andar ng mga Balita'.

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