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Aljur Abrenica Camp Denied The Actor Regrets Actions Against GMA-7

The camp of Aljur Abrenica denied reports that he withdrew his Judicial Confirmation of Rescission of Contract complaint against GMA-7, and that he want to enter into a settlement with the network.

Aljur filed the complaint on July 24 this year, formally asking the Kapuso network to release him from the exclusive contract he signed. He was supposed to stay with GMA-7 until 2017.

Atty. Ferdinand Topacio, Aljur's legal counsel, denied that the actor is regretting the decision he took against the network. He again slammed GMA Artist Center, the managing arm of GMA-7, for failing to protect Aljur's career. This is the reason why the actor wants out from his contract, Atty. Topacio said.

The lawyer said that Aljur has always been open to mediation since the start of the case against GMA-7. The reports that the actor regrets the action he took against the network is an imagination of GMA Artist Center who wants to cleanse itself that it was the reason Aljur wants to end his contract with the Kapuso network, Atty. Topacio added.

This was the same thing GMA Artist Center did when it had issues with Yasmien Kurdi and Bea Binene in the past, he noted.

"Dapat nilang malaman na hindi sila nakakatulong sa pamamahala ng GMA7, at ang mga utak-ipis na diskarteng ito ay tiyak na makasasama pa sa kaso nila."

Atty. Topacio said their camp's doors remain open to settling with GMA-7. However, the withdrawal of all complaints will only happen after the "mediation procedures" are finalized.

It is time for GMA-7 to fire the people in GMA Artist Center before more complaints like this arise, the lawyer added.

Since he filed his complaint, Aljur has not been seen in any of GMA-7's shows. His projects were also halted.

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