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The Real Story of This Girl Who Was Allegedly Kidnapped by a UV Express Driver Finally Revealed

The social media world was alarmed after a netizen posted a public service announcement asking for help in locating his girlfriend who was last seen riding a UV Express van.

According to Facebook user Ralph Miranda, her girlfriend named Cheann Diaz texted him and very frightened while riding a public transport van on her way home.



In the screenshot of conversation uploaded by Ralph, Cheann said that the driver refused to entertain other passengers after she rode the van together with two suspicious men. When she could no longer identify the route they were taking, she sent a message to her boyfriend asking for help.


Cheann also said that the driver is not recognizing her pleads making it more suspicious that they have an evil plan

Netizens quickly expressed their reaction on the said post while some Facebook pages shared Ralph’s post in the hopes to extend help and find Cheann.

However, the day after Ralph’s post went viral on social media, Cheann created a new Facebook account and posted series of status saying that she is 100% fine and that there was no kidnapping that happened.

Cheann explained that Ralph only made up that story and that he is now her ex-boyfriend. She also encouraged netizens not to believe Ralph and accused him of being a psychopath.

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She added that her ex-boyfriend could not accept the fact that their relationship already ended that’s why he’s creating such dramas on social media.

As of now, Cheann said that they are now coordinating with National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and taking further action to make Ralph held accountable to what he did which made her parents and other relatives worried allot.

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