ABS-CBN ‘in touch’ with talents over complaint against Cathy Garcia-Molina
(Philstar.com) - January 5, 2016 - 1:40am

MANILA, Philippines – ABS-CBN said it is now in touch with the talents who complained about director Cathy Garcia-Molina.

Last week, bit player Rossellyn Domingo posted an open letter addressed to Garcia, where she claimed that the director humiliated her and her boyfriend Alvin Campomanes in front of many people in the set of the defunct TV series “Forevermore.”

READ: Netizens abuzz over talent’s grievance against ‘Forevermore’ director

In a statement sent to showbiz news site Philippine Entertainment Portal, the Kapamilya network said that “we are in communication with Mr. Campomanes and both parties have agreed to meet to resolve the matter.” 

Here’s ABS-CBN’s full statement.

“ABS-CBN acknowledged and responded immediately to Alvin Campomanes when he wrote to us in October 2014. We also sought a meeting with Mr Campomanes and Rossellyn Domingo through MTQ Promotions and Talent Management, the agency that engaged their services for the project.

“But we were later informed by MTQ Promotions and Talent Management owner Mary Ann Trumata-Rejano that there was no need for a meeting as they had met with Mr Campomanes and Ms Domingo and settled the issue.

“When Ms Domingo posted an open letter on her Facebook last Dec 30, we were surprised to learn that the issue has not been resolved, contrary to what the talent agency owner told us. At present, we are in communication with Mr Campomanes and both parties have agreed to meet to resolve the matter.”

ACIRC ALVIN CAMPOMANES CATHY GARCIA-MOLINA MARY ANN TRUMATA-REJANO MR CAMPOMANES MR CAMPOMANES AND ROSSELLYN DOMINGO MR. CAMPOMANES MS DOMINGO PHILIPPINE ENTERTAINMENT PORTAL PROMOTIONS AND TALENT MANAGEMENT ROSSELLYN DOMINGO
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