Catriona Gray is seeking a P10 million settlement and a public apology from the tabloid Bulgar for publishing fake topless photos of her.
According to a report by PEP last July 31, Catriona's camp, led by Atty. Joji Alonso, sent a demand letter to Bular's head office which detailed that the "malicious, defamatory, and libelous" photos published in their article have caused "immeasurable damage" to Catriona's reputation.
Bulgar reportedly refused to receive the letter, because the respondents were not present at the office.
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The photos were first published on Bulgar's Facebook page last July 18. They were then printed in the tabloid the following day, July 19.
Prior to sending the letter, Catriona, together with Atty. Christoffer Liquigan, went to the National Bureau of Investigation last July 21 to file a complaint about the photos.
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