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AN EVICTION team tries to force open the gates to a mansion listed as the property of a company owned by Herman Montenegro, father of Angela Montenegro, wife of Rep. Juan Miguel “Mikey” Arroyo in Forbes Park, Makati City. The court has ordered the seizure of the property which was foreclosed by a bank and bought by a businessman at an auction last year.  RICHARD A. REYES
Rep. Mikey Arroyo with wife Angela  PHOTO BY JIM GUIAO PUNZALAN
AN EVICTION team tries to force open the gates to a mansion listed as the property of a company owned by Herman Montenegro, father of Angela Montenegro, wife of Rep. Juan Miguel “Mikey” Arroyo in Forbes Park, Makati City. The court has ordered the seizure of the property which was foreclosed by a bank and bought by a businessman at an auction last year. RICHARD A. REYES
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