Davao City Mayor and Hugpong ng Pagbabago chair said on Tuesday that she won’t ask her brother Paolo to show tattoo on his back, unless a case will be filed and court orders him to do so.
Sara, speaking to reporters, dismissed claims that Paolo was involved in illegal drug operations.
“Kung ako, ‘di ko ipapakita yung tattoo ko kasi I have my right to privacy. Unless there is a case about my tattoo, kung sinasabi ng judge ipakita mo yang tattoo mo then that’s the only time na magpapakita ako,” Sara said in a media interview, as reported by GMA News.
Recently, a six-minute video in documentary format detailing Paolo’s alleged connection to a drug syndicate has gone viral online.
The said video also revived Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV’s earlier allegation against the presidential son, having a dragon-tattoo on his back- the alleged proof of his ties to a drug trafficking triad.
Meanwhile, in a Facebook post last week, Paolo a former Davao City vice mayor who is running for a seat in Congress accused Trillanes as the mastermind behind the video.
“And no, I will not show the tattoo on my back and make things easier for Mr. Trillanes. Instead, I dare him and everyone behind the stupid and empty video exposé to back their claims against me.” He said