“‘Yung pagka-iresponsable mo lang Mr. Sonza sobra eh, hindi ka man lang nagtanong sa mga malalapit sa buhay niya,'” the 46-year-old former actress was quoted as saying in a tweet of ABS-CBN reporter MJ Felipe.
She added: “Walang pinanggalingan yung sinasabi po ninyo. Ang pagkaka-confirm pa ninyo eh baboy yung style. Di niyo na nirespeto yung pagkababae niya at saka bata. Nakakasira kayo ng pagtratrabaho ng bata.”
In the same thread, Julia, who has since filed a complaint against Sonza with the National Bureau of Investigation, shared the reason why she opted to settle things legally.
“Andami ko na ring kasing pinagdaanan, ang dami ko na ring pinalampas lalo na sa social media, binastos na yung reputation ko, yung pangalan ko. You know, I think I just want to show people now na hindi ko na pinapalampas yung mga bagay na ganito,” she said.
Several days ago, fans of Julia as with rumored sweetheart Gerald Anderson, were surprised with news they are expecting.
The two took to social media to deny the rumor.
Gerald would go on to post a cryptic message seemingly making fun of the issue.
Jay then issued a non-apology over the blooper.
Julia’s father, Dennis Padilla, also shared his two cents about it, insisting he isn’t mad because he knows it is just gossip.
Julia didn’t take the “fake news” lightly, however, immediately filing a complaint against Jay.