AWARD-winning actress Rosanna Roces has admitted that she supplied prostitutes to convicted drug lord Vicente Sy.
“Paanong magiging mistress, eh, babae ang dinadala ko ke Enteng. Kada hatid ko ng babae ay 25k ang binibigay sa akin.
Kahit na-reject pa ang babaeng dalhin ko.”
“Kung naging mistress ako di sana nabayaran ko ang 2 millon na talo ko sa kaso sa GMA. Di na sana ako nagpapakahirap magtrabaho ngayon. Baka producer na ako. Hindi droga ang business ko sa bilibid,” said Roces on her Facebook account.
Roces, 44, said that her business at the New Bilibid Prison was as “Monterey” meat supplier.
She also admitted that she performed at the NBP with singers April Boy Regino and Selina Sevilla.
“Dun ko na-meet si Jaybee Sebastian dahil na-interview ako o nahingian ng mensahe sa kanyang BTV o bilibid TV. Other than that wala na akong naging dahilan para bumalik. Lalo na nung ang huling nadala ko palang babae ay maysakit,” the actress said.
Sebastian is a convicted kidnapper who is also one of the high-profile inmates at the “Bilibid.”
Roces rose to fame via sex-drama movies such as “Ligaya ang Itawag Mo sa Akin, “Ang Babae sa Bintana,” and “Ms. Kristina Moran:
Babaeng Palaban.” She was also host of the defunct showbiz-oriented program “Startalk” on GMA 7.
In 2005, GMA 7 filed a case against the actress for breach of contract and won.
Roces was ordered to pay the network R1.5 million representing liquidated damages, P400,000 as exemplary damages, P100,000 as attorney’s fees and cost of suit. In July, Roces revealed that she was ready to marry Blessy Arias in Canada in September.
The award-winning actress also revealed the ‘real’ identity of Sy who was linked to her by self-proclaimed government asset Nonilo Arile, a former policeman convicted of kidnapping and murder who testified at the Congress hearing on the alleged illegal drug trade at the NBP last Oct. 6.
Roces, who is Jennifer Cruz Adriano in real life, posted an image of her lesbian partner with the caption: “Eto talaga si Vicente Sy..” The former sexy star has won several acting awards in her career – “La Vida Rosa,” Urian Best Actress, 2002; “Presa,” Urian Best Supporting Actress, 2011; and “Wanted Border,” Cinema One Originals Best Actress, 2009.