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Joyce Jimenez dragged into Robin-Liezel split
ACTRESS Joyce Jimenez, whose name has been dragged into the controversial split of Robin Padilla and his wife Liezel Sicangco, said she has not seen the actor for almost two years now.
Joyce, 25, is one of the "usual suspects" in Robin's supposed extra-marital flings.
The others are Vina Morales, a perennial suspect; Jolina Magdanggal, an unlikely suspect; and Judy Ann Santos, a most unusual suspect, whose manager, Alfie Lorenzo, on Monday denied talk that his ward was pregnant with Robin's baby.
Robin refused to give interviews after his statement on Channel 2's "The Buzz" last Sunday, according to his manager Betchay Vidanes.
"He does not want to talk anymore after coming out on 'The Buzz,'" said Betchay. "Hinihiwalayan ka na nga ng asawa mo, paano ka pa magsasalita (How could you talk about it when your wife is already leaving you?)"
"He is busy taping everyday for his shows," Betchay said in a cell phone conversation with Inquirer Entertainment Tuesday.
She said Robin is scheduled to go to Australia where Liezl and their children reside.
Over lunch with Inquirer Entertainment Tuesday at a restaurant in Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City, Joyce said the issue linking her to Robin had been a closed issue as early as four years ago, when they starred together in the movie "Bilib Ako Sa 'Yo."
"I don't remember the last time I saw Robin," she said. "Matagal na, maybe two years ago. I'm a bit surprised why I am included in the controversy. Like what Tita Shirley (Kwan, her manager) says, I'm always one of the usual suspects."
Joyce herself is too busy to discuss the Robin issue. She has gone back to school last September, to Thames Business School, also in Libis, where she is taking a degree in Business Administration, major in Marketing.
Thames is an international university accredited by Cambridge University in London, England.
"I've wanted to go back to school since last year," Joyce revealed. "But I already had commitments so I couldn't go back then. Later on, Tita Shirley and I arranged it so that I would have no contracts that would be left hanging when I went to school."
Joyce said she went back to school because of her businesses. She is part-owner of Private Joyce, a line of intimate apparel, and Private Joyce Skin, bath and skin care products.
"Even if I learned a lot from Tita Shirley about the business and from my hands-on experience, I felt it would still be best to go to school," said Joyce.
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