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Court to hear sex harassment case vs ex-TV exec, producer

ABS-CBN show biz reporter Gretchen Fullido is ready for the trial of the sexual harassment case she filed against a former news executive and a segment producer of the TV network, her lawyer said yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 16th, 2019

Former ABS-CBN exec, producer charged with sex harassment

A former executive and a segment producer of television network ABS-CBN were indicted in court in the sexual harassment case filed by showbiz reporter Gretchen Fullido......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 7th, 2019

Prosecutors indict 2 in Gretchen Fullido sexual harassment case

It was also said that the prosecutors deemed the messages as a “request for sexual favors” sent by a superior with authority or moral ascendancy in the workplace......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 6th, 2019

News exec, 2 others indicted for libel

Government prosecutors have indicted a news executive and two journalists of ABS-CBN for libel over statements against their colleague, showbiz reporter Gretchen Fullido, on the sexual harassment complaint she filed against the network executives......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 13th, 2019

Atio’s parents to pursue case vs university, 30 others

Despite threats and harassment, the parents of hazing victim Horacio “Atio” Castillo III have vowed to pursue criminal and civil cases against 30 more personalities involved in the incident as well as the University of Santo Tomas (UST)......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 19th, 2019

Fullido ready for & lsquo;sexual harassment& rsquo; trial& mdash;Jimenea

Fullido ready for & lsquo;sexual harassment& rsquo; trial& mdash;Jimenea.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJun 14th, 2019

South Korean Olympians in sexual harassment incident

SEOUL, South Korea – A South Korean Olympic short track medallist sexually harassed another male Games podium finisher, officials said Tuesday, June 25 – prompting them to suspend the entire team.  The offender – who has not been identified – reportedly forcibly pulled down the victim's trousers, leaving him standing in his ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

NPA-Northern Samar raids ‘abusive Marawi battalion’

Since 2017 peasants and peasant women in Northern Samar have complained of extra-judicial killings, military encampment in public schools and in barangays, forcible mass evacuation affecting 2,423 victims, illegal arrest and detention, series of aerial bombing, psywar and surveillance, destruction of properties, sexual harassment and others. The post NPA-Northern Samar raids ‘abusive Marawi battalion’ appeared first on Bulatlat......»»

Category: newsSource:  bulatlatRelated NewsJun 11th, 2019

Trudeau announces landmark investments in women s sexual health rights

VANCOUVER, Canada (UPDATED) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Tuesday, June 4, his government's plan to increase by 1.4 billion Canadian dollars its invesment supporting maternal and newborn health around the world. Of the annual investment, about 700 million Canadian dollars will be allocated to sexual and reproductive health and ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 5th, 2019

Programa kontra bullying, sexual harassment inilunsad ng DepEd

UMIKOT ang Department of Education (DepEd) sa ibat’ ibang lugar sa Taguig City at Pateros upang ikampanya ang prog­ramang I-SABAC (Intensified Students Anti Bullying Action Center) na may layuning tugunan ang lahat ng uri ng bullying problem ng bata lalong-lalo na ang sexual harassment at cybersex exploitation.The post Programa kontra bullying, sexual harassment inilunsad ng DepEd appeared first on Abante News Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsJun 3rd, 2019

Compensability of seafarer’s psychosis, severe depression or schizophrenia

A seafarer’s psychosis, severe depression  or schizophrenia may be  considered  compensable due to the work-related  stressful environment  on board the vessel. Seafarers are susceptible to mental health issues due to  harassment and bullying  that can take a wide variety of forms, ranging from physical or verbal aggression, ill-treatment, cyber-bullying or sexual discrimination. There is even […] The post Compensability of seafarer’s psychosis, severe depression or schizophrenia appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 28th, 2019

‘Biggest TV network’ inakusahan ni Jimmy Bondoc ng pandaraya, sexual harassment

TRENDING sa Twitter kahapon ang hashtags na #Darna at #Jimmy Bondoc. May kinalaman ito sa Facebook post ng singer-composer na si Jimmy Bondoc na sinagot naman ni Angel Locsin sa pamamagitan naman ng kanyang Twitter account. Sa hashtag na #Jimmy Bondoc, may screen shot ng mahabang post ng singer kung saan pinatutsadahan nito ang isang […] The post ‘Biggest TV network’ inakusahan ni Jimmy Bondoc ng pandaraya, sexual harassment appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

Bikoy,’ social media platforms sued over narco-list video

Elizaldy Co, one of various personalities named in the “Ang Totoong Narco List” video, filed a defamation case and a […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

‘Biggest TV Network’ inakusahan ni Jimmy Bondoc ng pandaraya, sexual harassment; Angel umalma

  TRENDING sa Twitter ang hashtags na #Darna at #Jimmy Bondoc. May kinalaman ito sa Facebook post ng singer-composer na si Jimmy Bondoc na sinagot naman ni Angel Locsin sa pamamagitan naman ng kanyang Twitter account. Sa hashtag na #Jimmy Bondoc, may screen shot ng mahabang post  ng singer kung saan pinatutsadahan nito ang isang […] The post ‘Biggest TV Network’ inakusahan ni Jimmy Bondoc ng pandaraya, sexual harassment; Angel umalma appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

Bucks lead East finals 2-0, and now series shifts to Toronto

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry have more than held their own against Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton so far in these Eastern Conference finals. Other than some pretty boxscores, the Toronto Raptors have nothing to show for those efforts. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] The supporting cast hasn’t supported much for Toronto, and with what is almost certainly a must-win Game 3 of the East title series looming on Sunday night at home, Raptors coach Nick Nurse is weighing lineup tweaks. Nurse suggested Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) that Serge Ibaka may start at center over struggling Marc Gasol, and Norman Powell may get minutes that would figure to come at Danny Green’s expense. “We’ve got to be better, man,” Nurse said Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). “We’ve got to be more physical, we’ve got to hustle more and we’ve got to work harder.” He may as well have punctuated that by adding “or else.” In this playoff format that was put into play in 1984, teams that win the first two games at home of a best-of-seven series have ultimately prevailed 94% of the time. And that’s the luxury Milwaukee has right now, leading the series 2-0 after rallying to win the opener and then controlling Game 2 start to finish. “We can’t rest,” Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said. “We can’t relax. We can’t assume anything.” So the odds are stacked against the Raptors. Nurse was told the lack of success teams have when down 0-2 in a series, and insisted he doesn’t care. “I don’t really give a crap about that,” he said. “I just want our team to come play their (butt) off tomorrow night and get one game and it changes the series.” Leonard and Lowry are outscoring Antetokounmpo and Middleton 107-77 — which would figure to have been a boon to Toronto’s chances. It hasn’t worked that way. Add up everyone else’s scoring in the series, and it’s Bucks 156, Raptors 96. Rebounding has been one-sided in both games, with Milwaukee controlling things on the backboards. Bench scoring has tilted heavily toward Milwaukee as well. “We’re just trying to be us,” Bucks center Brook Lopez said. “We’re not playing any differently, regular season or postseason. We’re just trying to go out there and play Bucks basketball. It starts with our defense. Getting stops. Getting out. Playing in transition. Playing with pace. Sharing the ball and being aggressive and attacking the basket.” The Raptors don’t have to look at the history books to know this series isn’t over. All they need to do is recall the 2012 Western Conference finals. Leonard and Green were with top-seeded San Antonio, and Ibaka was with second-seeded Oklahoma City. The Spurs won Games 1 and 2 at home — then lost the next four, and the Thunder went to the NBA Finals. “We have another chance to bounce back on Sunday,” Gasol said. “That’s all that matters right now. That’s all that matters.” Here’s some of what to know before Game 3: QUICK WIT: Leonard, who isn’t the most talkative guy in the league to put it mildly, had a simple answer when asked where the Raptors go from here after the Game 2 loss. “I’m going to Toronto for Game 3,” Leonard said. WE (BARELY) THE NORTH: The series now shifts to Toronto, where the Raptors’ motto is “We The North.” It is, but barely in this case. Toronto is about 430 miles east of Milwaukee by air, and is only slightly north. And it should be noted that Toronto isn’t even the northernmost city that will be playing host to conference final games this weekend — Portland holds that distinction. GREEK FREAKS: Census figures show that at least a quarter-million Greeks live in Canada, and roughly half of those live in Ontario. Antetokounmpo isn’t expecting an overly warm welcome, but has seen a few Greek flags in the crowd on his past trips to Toronto. Antetokounmpo said he’d be touched if they were there Sunday, but isn’t thinking about it too much. “I’m going to try not to focus as much in the people and the Greeks and the population in Toronto,” Antetokounmpo said. “Just focusing on Game 3 and what we’ve got to do.” OFF, WISCONSIN: Including Games 1 and 2 of this series, matchups in Wisconsin are rarely kind to Nurse. He played at Northern Iowa, a conference rival of Green Bay — and his teams went 1-8 in those games, 0-4 at Green Bay’s former home court, the being-demolished Brown County Arena. Nurse said it was a nice place, but wasn’t upset to hear it’s coming down. “There weren’t very many good memories for me,” he said. BREAK FROM DRAKE: At least one Milwaukee radio station is taking this series extremely seriously. WXSS-FM is not allowing any songs by Raptors superfan Drake to be played on its station until the East finals are over. “We’re taking a break from you,” the station wrote in an open letter of sorts to the Toronto native and courtside ticketholder......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 19th, 2019

Mga kandidata ng Miss Teen PH palaban sa sexual harassment, cyberbullying

Tatlumpo’t isang naggagandahang kandidata ang rumampa sa Miss Teen Philippines 2019 noong Lunes, May 6, sa conference hall ng Novotel, Cubao.The post Mga kandidata ng Miss Teen PH palaban sa sexual harassment, cyberbullying appeared first on Abante News Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsMay 7th, 2019

Rockets physicality puts vaunted Warriors on the defensive

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com HOUSTON — This Western Conference semifinal series is tied at 2-2. Each game has been decided by six points or less. Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, perhaps the best shooters in the NBA and among the greatest all-time, each had clean looks at 3-pointers in the final seconds Monday (Tuesday, PHL time) for the Warriors and missed a chance to send Game 4 into overtime. The Rockets won, 112-108. Yes, this is now closer than identical twins and possibly headed to the same finish of a year ago, when the Warriors took out Houston in seven games during the conference finals. And if you look under the hood and examine the parts, you’ll see that in the moments of truth over the last two games that Houston won and created this deadlock. The Rockets were the aggressor, the bully, the chance-taker and ultimately more clutch than the champs. They’re beating the Warriors up inside and out. [Watch the Playoffs on NBA League Pass for 30% less with this limited time offer! Select Annual package and use code SAVE30 at checkout to redeem] This doesn’t mean they’ll be the better team at the finish line, whether in six games or seven. But right now, they’ve made this contest closer than most imagined and given themselves a shot in what is now a best-two-out-of-three. “It’s a dogfight, and every possession matters,” said Chris Paul. The Rockets claimed victory Monday (Tuesday, PHL time) because James Harden was aces again, scoring 38 points and becoming more efficient – though, to the horror of the Warriors, he was no longer alone. Suddenly, Harden is getting ample help, and the more his supporting cast grows in confidence, the bigger the task it’ll be for the Warriors to finish the job. Here’s the tale of the tape: The Rockets are punching Golden State in the gut, with forward PJ Tucker delivering the body blows. Tucker is just 6'6", yet brings the temperament of a honey badger in a bad mood when it comes to grabbing rebounds. For the second straight game, Tucker snagged double-figures and been especially menacing on the offensive end; he’s going for seconds and sometimes thirds in heavy traffic and giving Houston additional chances at buckets. It’s not just ordinary rebounds he’s getting, but the most important ones. That hunger has a psychological effect as well, breaking the spirits of the Warriors while rousting the passion in his teammates. The sight of Tucker out-fighting Draymond Green for loose balls and missed shots is an emotional boost and keeps possessions alive. “I’m pleased people get a chance to see Tuck,” said Paul. “Everybody sees players in commercials and all that, but they don’t get a chance to see someone play defense and go after rebounds like him. That energy fuels everyone else. That’s basketball.” Houston has out-rebounded the Warriors in its two straight wins and Green says that can’t continue. “We have to change our mindset,” he said, “and that begins with me. That’s my department. They’re slapping us. It’s an easy correction, and if we correct it we’ll be fine.” Maybe the more disturbing aspect of this series is how the Warriors are also getting out-splashed. It’s not terribly surprising to see the Rockets dropping more three-pointers; after all, they take more than anyone in basketball. Yet, the Warriors just aren’t efficient and that’s especially the case with Curry and Klay Thompson. Harden has made just two fewer three-pointers than Curry and Thompson combined. While Curry seemed to break free of his semi-slump Monday (Tuesday, PHL time) with 30 points, his highest single-game point total of the series, he missed 10 of his 14 shots from deep. And Thompson is trapped in a thicker fog right now; he missed 5-of-6 from deep and delivered a weak 11 points and really hasn’t stepped forward for Golden State all series. The shot selection for Curry and Thompson has appeared wicked and surprisingly reckless at times, especially in the fourth quarter. “I felt we were in a rush a lot tonight with our shots,” said Kerr. “I don’t think we got great shots for much of the night. When you’re not searching for great shots, you’re not going to shoot that well.” With only Durant managing to look efficient from beyond the arc, the Warriors are getting lapped. In the last three games, or once Harden’s poked eye improved, the Rockets have made 18 more three-pointers than Golden State. “Our mentality changed after Game 2,” said Harden. “We’re not going to let up. We’re going to keep coming at you.” There are reasons the Warriors shouldn’t be in a state of panic. The next game is at Oracle Arena. And the two they just lost at Toyota Center they could’ve been won had they made plays at the end. Game 3 went into overtime and Curry missed an uncontested layup in the final 90 seconds of that tight game. And the Warriors had those pair of looks by Curry and Durant in Game 4, the sight of which sent chills through the Rockets. “I thought it was going into overtime,” said Austin Rivers. “One hundred percent. KD got one and I’m like, ‘C’mon man.’ And then Steph got one. We are fortunate.” Paul added: “Going back to the Bay, they’re probably not going to miss those shots.” Besides, Houston was qualified to be the most difficult out for the Warriors to win a third straight title, or at least reach the NBA Finals. After all, the Rockets have Harden and Paul, and their ability to shoot three's means they can seldom be counted out of games even if they’re trailing. A furious rally is always a moment away. Besides, aside from Trevor Ariza, this is virtually the same team that took Golden State to the seven-game limit last year and had to play the final two games without Paul, who had a hamstring pull. “I thought they were great,” said Kerr. “They did what they had to do, win their two home games.” But there wasn’t the scent of concern coming from the Warriors. Perhaps it’s the pride of a team still believing it’s heads and shoulders above the league, or a stern belief that whatever advantages Houston had over the last two games will be snuffed. Durant remains playing at an epic level and the basketball logic says Curry, and perhaps Thompson, will eventually snap out of it, not because the Rockets’ defense will weaken, but because Curry and Thompson have, you know, a track record of excellence. “We know what we have to do,” Kerr said bravely. Perhaps. But for the second time in as many years, the Rockets have the Warriors’ full attention, and Golden State must be near-perfect to prevent from being pushed to the ledge. “What I like is how everybody does their job,” said Tucker. “That makes us ‘us.’ We’re tough. We’re that kind of team.” If the Warriors didn’t know it before, they know that now. Shaun Powell has covered the NBA for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here, and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 7th, 2019

Court of Appeals to hear NUPL plea over perceived state harassment, red-tagging

The SC, however, ordered the Court of Appeals to hear the lawyers’ group petition on May 14 and “decide the case within 10 days after submission of the case for the decision.”.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2019

CHR to Duterte: Don't use humor to justify sexual harassment

CHR to Duterte: Don't use humor to justify sexual harassment.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 7th, 2016

Japanese tourist raped in India

A man was arrested Sunday for allegedly raping a Japanese tourist at a popular beach resort in southern India, in the latest case of sexual assault against a visitor......»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsNov 28th, 2016