Third suspect in alleged sale of vaccination slots denies involvement | Inquirer News

Third suspect in alleged sale of vaccination slots denies involvement

/ 06:43 PM June 09, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The third suspect in the alleged scheme involving the sale of vaccination slots has denied her involvement, adding that she was “completely baffled” for being included in the suspect list.

The Philippine National Police (PNP) identified on Wednesday Nina Dizon-Cabrera, founder and CEO of local make-up brand Colourette Cosmetics, as the third suspect in the said scheme in Mandaluyong City.


“I am completely baffled as to why I am being dragged into this scheme when in fact, I exposed this exact scam on my twitter account last May 21, 2021,” said Dizon-Cabrera in a statement posted on Twitter.

She was the first to post about the scheme on social media, revealing to the public its existence for the first time.


Below are Dizon-Cabrera’s tweets on May 21 exposing the said scheme:

According to Dizon-Cabrera, she is already in talks with her lawyer regarding the matter.

“The truth, as always, shall prevail,” the businesswoman said.

According to the PNP, the Anti-Cybercrime Group listed Dizon-Cabrera as a suspect after investigations showed she offered 50 to 100 vaccination slots in Mandaluyong City.

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