Liza, Enrique react to Cathy Garcia-Molina controversy
(Philstar.com) - January 21, 2016 - 11:56pm

MANILA, Philippines - Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil expressed their sympathy to director Cathy Garcia-Molina.

Molina was their director in the defunct primetime TV series "Forevermore" and now to their upcoming TV series "Dolce Amore."

The director was recently involved in a controversy with two of her "Forevermore" talents Alvin and Rosellyn.

Alvin claimed that Molina cursed and humiliated him in front of the show's staff.

READ: Netizens abuzz over talents' grievance against 'Forevermore' director 

"Kasi ang tagal na no'n," said Enrique in an interview with Philippine Entertainment Portal. "That was like a year ago, tapos ngayon lang lumabas."

The Kapamilya actor was sad that the director was judged by the public without first hearing her side of the story.

"Minsan may mga situations na mahirap intindihin 'pag hindi... wala ka do'n," he explained. "Hindi mo alam kung ano talaga ang nangyari. So of course people who just hear of what happened, they judge."

The director broke her silence two weeks ago about the issue, admitting that she cursed but clarified that "I'm not an evil person."

READ: Cathy Garcia-Molina: I'm not an evil person 

Meanwhile, Liza said the talents who complained might not really know Molina.

"Kasi for me, I worked with her multiple times already so I knew Direk Cathy as a person," she explained. "After the scene, when the scene is cut, she comes to us and hugs us, ‘very good, anak.’ Gano'n siya."

Now that they're working again with the director, the onscreen love team said Molina recently had a health issue but is now doing well.

ALVIN ALVIN AND ROSELLYN CATHY GARCIA-MOLINA DIRECTOR DIREK CATHY DOLCE AMORE KASI LIZA SOBERANO AND ENRIQUE GIL MOLINA PHILIPPINE ENTERTAINMENT PORTAL QUOT
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