American, 3 Pinays arrested for making porn video in Pampanga

Authorities arrested an American and three Filipinas for allegedly running a porn video production set in Angeles City in Pampanga on Tuesday night.

According to Brig. Gen. Valeriano de Leon, director of the Police Regional Office 3, American Easton Scott Sanderson was the “lead actor” in the videos the suspects were selling.

“He (Sanderson) would hire young Filipinas as models but upon meeting the suspect at his place, they were forced to perform sexual intercourse with him while his cohorts recorded the video,” said de Leon.

Aside from Sanderson, police arrested Reneilyn Robles from Valenzuela City, Jann Arielle Mondejar  from Sta. Rosa City in Laguna, and Shirley Martinez, from Calbayog City.

Police seized various electronic digital evidence, assorted pornographic paraphernalia, and different identification cards during the raid.

De Leon said they have already filed a case of violation of Republic Act 10364 (Anti-Human Trafficking Act) in relation to Sec 6 of RA 10175 (Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012) against the American and his cohorts.

“As we are very much focused on our all -out war against , we continue to sternly implement our focused police operations to curb all forms of criminality within the four corners of the region,” said de Leon.

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LGUs asked to prepare a ‘substitute list’ of vaccines

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III reminded that the shelf life of COVID-19 vaccines is temperature sensitive and shorter than the standard vaccine.

He said this is the reason why there is a high chance of “wastage” if those on the priority list do not show up on the day of vaccination, and if the storage facilities are not ready in case of brownout.

“The reality on the ground is may ‘anti-vaxxers’, may mga refusals for whatever reason. We’re looking at about 10 percent possible slippage rate,” said Duque.

So according to the , it is important to have a plan and facilities ready so that vaccines are not wasted.

“Kailangan preparado ang facilities, we store vaccines properly. Kailangan ready ang distribution kits natin,” said DOH spokesperson Maria Rosario Vergeire.