I sorely missed Vhong Navarro last Thursday and Friday on IT’S SHOWTIME. He is the perfect foil to Vice Ganda’s comedic blurts and somehow his absence gave the episodes a lackluster feel. Then , Viceral’s tweets. Although a bit alarmed and bothered, I did not dig further and merely waited. Navarro’s manager, film director Chito Roño gave this statement on the news : “Si Vhong Navarro ay naimbitahan sa isang condominium unit sa Fort ng isang kaibigang babae. At sa di pa malamang kadahilanan, siya ay piniringan, pinagtulungang bugbugin, ginapos, tinakot, at hinihingan ng pera ng isang grupo ng kalalakihan noong January 22, Miyerkules. Si Vhong ay kasalukuyang nagpapagaling at mawawala ng pansamantala sa ‘It’s Showtime’ at iba pa niyang proyekto.” No further details up to this moment, whatsoever. We can only surmise that Vhong is a victim of [his] indiscretion. First, it happened in a condominium [specifics, please?] and therefore, he must have felt safe without having to anticipate the bad event. Secondly, the name of the girl should have been revealed with the news. For a celebrity to be entangled in this kind of misadventure, names are utterly important. WHO IS THAT GIRL? Thirdly, WHAT WAS THE INVITATION ABOUT? Nightcap? Coffee? Chit-chat? With such details, the public can easily come up with a total picture. Blurring details gave ChiriritMisomiso malicious thoughts such as : ‘Bakit hindi nila agad binigay ang detalye o police report? Mayroon ba silang itinatago? May ginawa ba si Vhong upang kahantungan niya ang ganun? Holdap ba ito? Gaano ka-close nya ang babaeng sinasabing nagyaya sa kondo? Hindi raw ito makapagsalita dahil sa tinamong bugbog sa mukha, bali rin ba kamay niya at hindi maisulat o ma-itype ang pangyayari?’Frankly, Chiririt has a point. Police matters like this should be reported in detail or not reported at all. Vulnerability is the bomb!