The Court of Appeals ordered Rosanna Roces to pay P3.1 million to Forever Flawless for breach of contract
Former sexy actress Rosanna Roces received order from Court of Appeals (CA) to pay Forever Flawless P3.1 million.
This is an affirmation from the earlier decision of Regional Trial Court regarding the breach of contract case filed against her.
Based on a report published in Rappler, Associate Justice Ramon Bato Jr., who penned the decision, said that there was a merit in the complaint filed by Forever Flawless and Associate Justices Ramon Cruz and Pablito Perez concurred with the decision.
Rosanna was an endorser of the said beauty clinic before. Included in her endorsements were the services in the clinic and the treatment from Vicki Belo of Belo Medical Group, who was also a consultant there.
She was given 2,500 shares from the company, however, she sold it back for P1.5 million in 2003.
It was stated in the deed of sale that the former sexy star is prohibited to malign and discrediting the company and all its services, products, stockholders and officers.
If she will not follow what was stated, she will be forced to pay P1 million for each violation.
However, she committed breach of contract when she accused Vicki Belo of malpractice during liposuction procedures.
Aside from that allegations from her, she also said that the celebrity doctor was unethical when her photos showing her buttocks were printed without her permission.
She also accused the clinic of causing burns on the skin of customers.
On the other hand, all her accusations against the clinic and Belo did not garnered support from CA.
“It bears stressing that the stipulation in the deed of sale is specific and clear that Molina is only prohibited from maligning or discrediting Forever Flawless, Inc, its services, products, stockholders, directors, and officers,” the Court of Appeals stated.
The CA also said that gossip is not the right venue to express her complaints, based on the report.
Rosanna Roces defended that her signature on the deed of sale was forged but the CA rejected her claim.