Former Miss World Philippines Maggie Wilson would rather that her sister and cousin survive on a generator instead of moving out of a condominium unit developed by her estranged husband, bilyonaryo Victor Consunji.
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In a series of Instagram stories posted Sunday (July 17), Wilson said she was “ready to fight” after power was cut off from the condominium unit currently occupied by her relatives in Taguig.
The former beauty queen earlier claimed she was being harassed after officials of the Consunji-owned VCDC and DMCI allegedly entered the property “illegally.”
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“3 days and counting no electricity!” Wilson said, adding that the ordeal has left her “drained emotionally, physically and mentally.”
Despite the lack of electricity, the former beauty queen said she refuses to move her relatives out of the condominium unit “on principle.”
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“If you’re wondering why my family and staff will not move out of the property dispite (sic) them restricting my rights and electricity this is still conjugal property,” she said.
“On principle, I/we my sister and I refuse to be bashed around like a lot of other women in the Philippines,” Wilson said.
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Consunji’s estranged wife then shared that she just finished a three-hour meeting with her lawyers from the top-ranked Divina Law.
“I am ready to fight,” Wilson said.
Consunji has filed adultery charges against Wilson and her rumored boyfriend, Thai-British businessman Tim Connor