Ex-Pinoy Dream Academy Singer Jay-R Siaboc Surrenders To Police

Photo from Jay-r's Facebook page

Former scholar and runner-up of Pinoy Dream Academy Eduardo "Jay-R" Siaboc, 29, surrendered to police in Toledo City, Cebu on July 12, 2016.

Together with his wife and cousin, they turned themselves to local authorities in their hometown to clarify the allegations on social media that he is a notorious drug pusher.

According to Siaboc, he is not selling drugs but admitted his addiction.He narrated that because of the nature of his job as a band singer travelling from one place to another, he was exposed to illegal drugs.

In a tactical interrogation, Jay-R told the police that he got his supply from his friends in Barangay Awihao whom he did not name.

Siaboc's wife in a facebook post, denied the allegation that he is using illegal drugs.She stressed that they went to the police station "to clear up his name, not to surrender."

“We are not involve in any illegal transaction. We live in a descent way and we are raised well by our parents,”

We would be much happier if the authority will conduct an investigation. You are so welcome. Our life is an open book,” she said.

Yeng Constantino his batch mate and the Grand winner of PDA whom he competed with, sends him a message that she is backing him up with prayers.

"Tama 'yung ginawa mong desisyon at kasama mo kami sa likod mo diyan,"

Gusto mong magbagong buhay, alam namin. We will back you up with prayers at sana ay magka-connect tayo para magka-usap tayo very soon,"

(The decision you made is right and we're at your back.
You want to change, We know.We will back you up with prayers and hope we can connect so we can talk very soon.)

Jay-r is one of the 528 surrenderees in Toledo since the Oplan "Tokhang" has been implemented in their town.



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