A 48-YEAR-OLD woman from Barangay Cogon Pardo, Cebu City strongly denied that there was foul play in the death of her 75-year-old lover inside a room at a resort in Barangay Cansojong, Talisay City on Wednesday night, June 28, 2023.
In an interview with SunStar Cebu, Evelyn Miñoza Magpayo explained that she and the elderly man have been going on dates in the said resort for the past 10 years.
In fact, their relationship bore a son, who is now eight years old.
Magpayo refuted claims that she killed the victim, saying she even tried to revive him by biting his ear and pinching the bottom of his foot or sole when he lost consciousness.
“Pag human namo nahagba nag kalit sa akung dughan si Tatay, tatay man akung tawag ana niya, unya niingon siya nako nga “adto na gyud ko Belen,” sabot nako adto nami, ako siya nga gipabarog na pero wala na gyud siya molihok mao to nangayo kog tabang ako gipislit ang kiting ug gipaak nako ang dunggan mao to naay samad sa dunggan niya,” according to Magpayo.
(After our (sexual encounter), Tatay suddenly fell on my chest, I called him dad, then he said to me "I'm going now Belen," I thought we're going, I made him stand up but he didn't move anymore, that's why I asked for help, I pinched the bottom of his foot, I bit his ears, which got wounded).
She said she then asked assistance from the resort’s employees when her lover did not respond.
Magpayo, however, admitted that the victim complained of tiredness before they checked in at the resort.
She clarified that the victim did not take a male enhancement drug, asserting that he was still physically active.
“Wala na siya moinom ug tambal kanang pagana sir kay dili man gyud na siya moinom. Kondisyon kaayo na si Tatay uy kay makatulo man gani na siya ka round pirme,” she added.
(He didn't take medicine to increase sex drive sir, because he doesn't consume that. Tatay is in excellent shape since he can consistently make three rounds).
She acknowledged that the victim's children got angry at her because she often came to their house.
Her only request from the victim’s children was to allow her to attend the victim's wake so she could serve him for the last time. (AYB, TPT)
June 30, 2023
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