Fake Facebook post accuses John Amores of acid attack on wife, prompts manhunt rumors

Former JRU Heavy Bomber John Amores strongly denied on Thursday a fake news story circulating on Facebook alleging that he was responsible for the murder of his wife.

A viral Facebook post falsely accused Amores of murdering his wife, Cylina Dicee, by pouring acid on her. The post further claims that authorities are actively searching for Amores and encourages netizens to share information about his whereabouts.

Amores, who is currently representing the Muntinlupa Cagers in the MPBL, categorically refuted all allegations made in the viral post.

“I want to address some disturbing rumors that have been circulating about me. It has come to my attention that there are individuals spreading false claims about me harming my family and my wife. I want to categorically state that these allegations are completely untrue and baseless,” Amores posted on his Facebook account.

“As a professional basketball player, I understand that being in the public eye comes with its fair share of scrutiny and rumors. However, it is disheartening to see such malicious falsehoods being spread. My family means the world to me, and I would never do anything to harm them or anyone else,” he added.

In a separate post, Amores said that he had already exerted effort to look for the person behind the viral post. However, he discovered that the Facebook account used to spread the false information was a fake one.

Amores rose to popularity when he was involved in a brawl during his days with the Heavy Bombers. (MJD)


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