PHILIPPINE NEWS SERVICE — CELEBRITY doctor Hayden Kho, who is facing possible criminal charges for allegedly posting on the Internet his private tryst with actress Katrina Halili, has about 39 other sex videos, according to Sen. Ramon Revilla, Jr.
Citing unnamed sources, Revilla made the revelation yesterday as he urged other “victims” of Kho to bolster the case against him with their own complaints.
He said that it would be an act of vindication for the women, particularly those whose sex videos are already circulating in the Internet, mobile phones and pirated DVDs.
Revilla said if Kho really has a video library of his “sexcapades” totaling 40 including his tryst with Halili, it only proves that there is indeed something wrong with him.
The actor-turned-legislator suggested that “Kho needs to undergo a neuro-examination. Maybe he wants to have a film festival of his video compilation which banners his exploitation and abuse of women.”
”What is most important is for them to file a legal action against Kho. I understand the pain, shame and trauma they are going through, but it would be worse for them if they chose instead to keep silent,” Revilla said.
”They are victims. They should break their silence and lodge a complaint so we can get rid of these prevalent acts of perversion and arrogance,” he added.
According to the senator’s sources, besides his video with Halili, Kho has 39 other sex videos with two reportedly involving a commercial model and actress who is also a medical doctor.
“News reports said that four of these videos are now circulating in cyberspace, cell phones and pirated discs, including the one involving Katrina. We must find all means to prevent the proliferation of the other videos for the sake of the other victims,” Revilla said.
”This is why I am again asking the NBI and government agencies to do everything possible to prevent the spreading of these videos over the Internet,” the senator said.
Halili Wednesday went to the Senate to seek the assistance of Revilla in filing a case against Kho over their controversial sex video. Later that day, the senator accompanied the actress to the NBI.