Over the weekend, the actress took to Instagram to tell the harrowing experience of receiving a total of 23 GrabFood deliveries that she didn’t order herself. Bernal shared that all the fake bookings came from a certain Jen Jen Manalo— which the former thinks isn’t her real name—and the same mobile number.
She wrote: “Sadly, the amount of deliveries is [no joke]. Please help me report to GrabFood and Grab Philippines. Kawawa po ang mga riders, umuulan pa. Please help!”
In one of her posts, Bernal said she has no idea who could have done it, adding that she doesn’t have any enemies nor has she offended anyone. She also can’t remember any incident that triggered such a thing to happen.
“All I know is I didn’t do anything wrong to someone for me to deserve this kind of treatment. What saddens me the most is I’m not the only one affected in this situation but also the Grab drivers who were victims of the fake deliveries.
“I really hope that there was even a bit of sympathy to the riders. They are the main victims here. I hope the person who did this will feel a bit of conscience.”
According the winner of StarStruck Season 4, this wasn’t the first time that something like this happened to her. Someone once pretended to be her assistant asked to receive the products for free from a small business that she promoted.
Celebrities reacted to Bernal’s ordeal:
Gian Magdangal: “This is so dangerous. Sinisira nila yung mga delivery service na sobrang nagpapakahirap sa trabaho. This should be reported to the police and get those numbers traced back.”
Tom Rodriguez: “Ibang klase na ang ganitong tama... Nagbabalak ata maging kontrabida sa teleserye pero sa totoong buhay. Sorry sa’yo at sa family mo for what you guys are experiencing.”
There’s a special place in hell for these kinds of people. Click here to learn how to report fake GrabFood bookings.
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