Starlet Krista Miller finally broke her silence to deny that she is out to destroy the marriage of Cesar Montano and Sunshine Cruz.
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In an exclusive interview with “The Buzz” on Sunday, Feb. 24, Krista told host Boy Abunda, “I respect him (Cesar). He loves his family. Hindi po para bigyan niya ako ng motibo. Alam kong pamilyado siyang tao para magbigay din ako ng motibo sa kanya. Iginagalang ko po iyon.”
Krista admitted that she finds Cesar attractive, but was quick to say that he isn’t her type of guy.
What’s her reaction to Sunshine’s message to “have the decency to return the iPhone 5” which reportedly was given by Cesar?
“I have more than five suitors na pwedeng magbigay sa akin ng ganong regalo. Pero may pera ako, kaya kong bumili. Hindi ko hahayaan na pababain ang sarili ko nang dahil lang sa iPhone5,” Krista said.
Krista denied sending photos and messages to Cesar. She also claims that she doesn’t even have Cesar’s mobile number.
“Hindi ko po ugaling mag-send ng pictures lalo na kung walang dahilan. Kung mayroon pong nakita sila na sinasabing picture ko, wala po akong kinalaman doon. Hindi po ako nagpapadala ng kahit anong pictures at any provocative messages kay direk Cesar (Krista’s director and co-star in “Alfredo S. Lim: The Untold Story).”
Krista also belied rumors that she stayed with Cesar in Manila Hotel when he had a misunderstanding with Sunshine.
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“Nagshu-shoot po kami doon kasi malapit lang po yung mga location namin doon at nagkaroon din ng eksena na doon mismo sa hotel, kasama si Nonie Buencamino sa eksena. Hindi ko alam na doon mismo natutulog si Direk. Nung nabalita na doon nga natutulog, napanood ko iyon eh, na kasama raw ako sa hotel. Natawa na lang po ako,” Krista said.
While she also got involved in the issue, Krista believes Cesar won’t use his family just to publicize their movie.
“Hindi naman po makitid ang utak ni direk para idamay ang family niya para sa publicity ng film. Hindi naman siya siguro ganoon. Siguro itong lumalabas na issue na ito, hindi ko alam saan nanggaling ito, hindi ko alam kung anong pinaghugutan nito.”
She admitted that the accusations against her hurt her and her family, but Krista chose not to get mad at anyone, since there’s no truth to the issue. “Alam kong inaakusa nila sa akin, hindi pa ito matatapos. At hindi ito magtatapos dito. Showbiz ,magulo iyan, pero tanggap ko iyan. Pinasok ko ito kaya tanggapin ko lahat ng pagsubok. Basta kung anong pangarap ko, doon lang ako.”
For Krista, Cesar is no more than her director and co-star in the Lim biopic. She insists that he treated her and the rest of the cast equally.
“Yung pagiging maasikaso niya, maalaga niya, binibigyan niya lahat ng pagkain. Everybody in ‘Turning Cradle’ knows that,” she said.
Cesar, for his part, denied the rumored affair. He explained that he loves his family and won’t do anything to destroy it.
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