ABS-CBNNews.com reports that Parokya ni Edgar vocalist Chito Miranda is set to file a case against the people who stole and shared his “private video” with his girlfriend, Neri Naig.

Rommel Cajayon of Backbeat, Parokya ni Edgar’s talent management group, says that they are now consulting lawyers to determine the social networking websites in which the sex video was posted in.

Chito’s sister, Yna Dalisay, also affirmed that his family is firmly behind the beleaguered couple.

“The family is 100 percent behind Chito and Neri. I personally think there was absolutely nothing wrong with what they did and for me, there is nothing to be ashamed of or apologized for,” she said in a statement. “Ang may mali 'yung nagnakaw ng video at ang mga patuloy na nagkalat. Alam nila it was meant to be private (The one at fault here is the person who stole the video and those who continue to spread it. They know It was meant to be private.).”

Neri’s talent manager, Manny Valera, also echoed Yna’s sentiment.

“Shame on those who continue to share the video on their social networking sites,” he said. “Let us not judge them. They are people in love. But it's clear that Neri Naig's rights were abused and violated. She did not approve or consented to the uploading of a private video.”

In relation to the incident, Chito recently posted a photo on his Instagram account with the caption, “'Di nyo kami matitinag (You cannot break us.).”

(Photo via Chito Miranda's Instagram account)

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