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Deniece Cornejo smiles in new photo, among several messages on Instagram

Deniece Cornejo in her latest Instagram photo.

After revising her allegations against comedian Vhong Navarro and now claiming that he raped her twice in her latest sworn statement (link:, controversial model Deniece Cornejo returned to Instagram with a series of posts where she again addressed her haters and defended her case.

As she did before in previous posts, Cornejo also posted two more biblical passages — Proverbs 29:33 last February 23 and Exodus 33:31 last February 28 — as she maintained her stance that she was the real victim and that the majority of the public who have supported Navarro are simply misinformed.

She posted a total of eight messages on Friday, culminating in a headshot of herself smiling with the hash tags #lovethewavehair, #shoot, #staypositive, #work.

Cornejo did not annotate most of her messages, allowing her 40,394 followers to interpret them.

But there was one intriguing post where she cited a portion of an unattributed news report where her lawyer, Howard Calleja, was quoted as saying that the CCTV footage of the celebrated mauling incident that took place at Forbeswood condominium last January 22 is “unauthenticated and spliced”.

The CCTV footage, obtained and made public by the National Bureau of Investigation, appeared to be consistent with Navarro’s version of what happened.

Cornejo countered by adding a caption to the post that said, “#educatefilipinopeople illegal ang ginawa ng NBI dahil walang court order yon at kinuha. Hindi ito puwedeng gamitin o tanggapin ng hukuman ang CCTV dahil nagalaw na. #thetruthwillprevail#dontfollowifyouwillnotlisten#onewordjustice”.

Obviously fond of hashtags, Cornejo included, #fakebruises, #toomuchpride, #scriptedcctv, #powerfulhelptextmessages, #caughtonact#, usefameinagoodway, #Godiswatchingyou, #askforgiveness, #beforeitstoolate, #sostopthebusiness, #biggirlsdontcry and #realmendontcry in most of her messages.

With the filing of her latest affidavit coupled with a new rape case filed against Navarro by former beauty pageant contestant Roxanne Cabañero, Cornejo seems to believe she had gained the upper hand in her legal battle against Navarro, who was still recovering from the injuries he had sustained from the mauling he suffered in the hands of Cedric Lee and his cohorts on January 22.