Trina Candaza has chosen to remain silent over the alleged complaint filed against her by her former partner, actor Carlo Aquino, seeking visitation rights to their three-year-old daughter Mithi.
Aquino reportedly filed a lawsuit against Candaza and was earlier spotted at the Quezon City Regional Trial Court for an apparent hearing, according to Philippine Entertainment Portal.
Comedian Ogie Diaz, who was among the celebrities in attendance at Mithi’s recent birthday party, later contacted Candaza about the matter.
“Tungkol a ni-file na visitation rights ni Carlo au RTC QC, sinabi ni Trina sa akin na ‘yung tungkol doon ayaw na muna niyang magsalita, à pipiliin niyang manahimik alang-alang daw kay Mithi,” Diaz said via his vlog YouTube on Sunday September 17. “Nangangahulugan lang na nasa korte na nga ang kaso at bawal sa magkabilang party ang magsalita.”
(Regarding Carlo’s complaint for visitation rights (to Mithi), Trina told me that she did not want to comment on the matter at this time and had chosen to remain silent for the sake of of Mithi. means that the matter is already before the courts and both parties are prohibited from speaking publicly about it.)
Diaz also reiterated in his vlog that Aquino and his family were invited to Mithi’s birthday party, although it was not immediately clear why the actor was not present at the event.
Candaza, who is currently traveling to Palawan with his daughter, as well as Aquino have yet to speak publicly on the matter as of this writing.
Aquino and Candaza got together in January 2019 and welcomed Mithi in September 2020. The couple separated in December 2021 after dating for three years.
Earlier this year, Aquino claimed he was being prevented from seeing their daughter. Candaza denied this and said the actor was visiting Mithi and fulfilling his responsibility as a father, even if he “only gives the bare minimum”.
Aquino and Candaza were last seen together in public in May, when they attended Mithi’s ascension ceremony. /ra
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