A wave of videos, hailing from various content creators, has emerged on the Tiktok platform under the hashtags “#WhinyWilson” and “#LagotSiMaggot”, saying how they were camped by Maggie Wilson’s lifestyle concept brand, ACASA Manila.
It all began with Maggie publicly apologizing to ACASA customers for unfulfilled orders through her Instagram story, simultaneously alleging that her estranged husband , Victor Consunji, was forcing her into bankruptcy.
A few days later, the Tiktok videos reached Maggie but there were major plot holes in what now seems like an orchestrated smear campaign.
Firstly, the influencers found themselves unable to edit the screenshots they shared in their videos, inadvertently exposing the identity of their source.
Maggie went as far as circling the Instagram icon in these screenshots, making it clear that the source was none other than Victor’s current partner, Rachel Carrasco.
Secondly, numerous videos emerged, claiming that their initial content—now deleted—had been scripted.
Adding to the mounting evidence, screenshots of Facebook conversations containing the script and detailed information about the talent fee, totaling P8,000, also found their way to Maggie.
In her Instagram story, Maggie pointed out, “The same woman who filed a cyber-libel case against Tim and me is the same woman who sent those i’nfluencers’ the screenshots (from her own account; you can see her IG profile picture to the bottom left) that were used in those videos.”
“The time stamps on these screenshots were all the same. The script is the same. Some comments are being deleted, some are switched off, and some videos have been deleted,” the former beauty queen elaborated.
Maggie pointed out that she possesses the names and vital information of everyone involved in the campaign.
To potentially avoid legal repercussions, she urged them to come forward with incriminating evidence from their managers, friends, and others who had instructed them in the campaign.
Furthermore, she singled out specific individuals—Mystee Ramirez, Kathy Villar, and Sandrijas Jeff—accusing them of reaching out to TikTokers and compensating them for their involvement in the smear campaign.
As of the latest update, Jeff has uploaded a video asserting that everything had been scripted.
There were also numerous screenshots implicating a certain Benedict Paredes as the individual responsible for providing the script and other directives.
“If you believe you’ve seen a lot, trust me, I’ve barely scratched the surface,” addressing her Instagram followers.
Regarding the mastermind behind this operation, Maggie issued a straightforward statement: “Just stop. It’s embarrassing. Be happy and leave me alone.”
Bilyonaryo.com remains open to hearing Rachel and Victor’s side on this unfolding news.
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