Former Miss World Philippines Maggie Wilson said she’s now fearing for her life as her separation from husband Victor Consunji has taken an ugly turn.
RELATED STORY: ‘I am scared for mine and my family’s life’: Maggie Wilson cries harassment after Consunji-led firm official enters her home without a warrant and tries to seize the property
In a six-minute Instagram video, Wilson claimed an official of her husband’s companies, Victor Consunji Development Corp. (VCDC) and DMCI, went to her Taguig home escorted by barangay officials.
A certain Bernie Mendoza, supposedly a vice president at VCDC, told Wilson’s sister, who was at the house, that the locks needed to be changed on the property because it was owned by DMCI.
Mendoza also supposedly entered the home to take videos of the Wilsons’ belongings.
The former beauty queen said she was on a business trip so she was unable to face Consunji’s representatives in person.
Wilson said Mendoza’s team entered “illegally with no notice, no warrant, and no proper paperwork,” and made a wrong claim as Wilson said she has a lease on the property which Mendoza signed himself.
“This is a very real threat, and could potentially happen to you on VCDC and DMCI Land despite having the correct paperwork in place,” she said. ” After being inside my home, they were furnished with a copy of the contract of which Bernie representing DMCI and VCDC then acknowledged, they then laughed very loudly and left the property.”
“Unfortunately, my sister and five year old cousin and members of my household staff were subjected to harassment and intimidation as you can hear from the video. They asked if I was present, and then proceeded to enter my house with a barren guy carrying batons,” Wilson stated. “I fear that if I was there, they would have used them on me. I am currently away on business and I’m scared for mine and my family’s life.”
Wilson urged the government to “please step in and do something immediately.”
“I plead with you and the online community to help me raise awareness that this kind of human rights harassment happens in the Philippines, especially to women — day in and day out,” she said.
The supposed harassment of Consunji’s men continued after the incident with Mendoza.
On the same night, Wilson’s sister reported that electricity was cut off in their home while their neighbors had power. Upon checking with Meralco, they were told that the “owner” of the property removed their circuit breaker and advised they talk to the land lord.
“The truth about everything will come out soon,” Wilson said.
The former beauty queen and Consunji announced their separation last year after 11 years of marriage.