Gretchen Barretto sets Instagram account to private after accusing Bato Dela Rosa of e-sabong dirt

Gretchen Barretto appears to have tempered her feistiness after threatening to reveal evidence of Senator Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa betting on online cockfighting games.
The partner of businessman Tonyboy Cojuangco has restricted access to her personal Instagram account as of Thursday, just a day after threatening to reveal supposedly damning evidence to prove how Dela Rosa allegedly enriched himself from betting on e-sabong.
Barretto’s account, @gretchen_barretto, can now only be viewed by her 104,000 followers.
In the last series of Instagram stories just before she set her account to private, Barretto said she was ready to reveal Dela Rosa’s alleged ties to e-sabong in the presence of media.
She also questioned how Dela Rosa could afford a luxury watch as she hinted about a supposed conflict of interest since the senator is leading the Senate probe on the disappearance of 34 cockfighting enthusiasts.
Barretto is involved in Pitmasters Live, an online cockfighting platform, and counts gaming businessman Charlie “Atong” Ang as her business partner.