Claudine Barretto has confirmed that her husband, Raymart Santiago, isn’t living with her and her children anymore.

In an article on PEP.ph, Raymart’s pronounced absence during the birthday celebration of Sabina, his adopted daughter with Claudine on, July 6 was a sign that they were having marital problems.

Alam niya na may party (He knew that there was a party),” she said, only smiling when asked about why her estranged husband and his relatives were not present.

Claudine then revealed that she and Raymart have been living in separate homes for a couple of months and that she doesn’t know where he is currently staying. When GMA-7 reporter Nelson Canlas asked if they have tried to fix their relationship problems or to talk about what’s going to happen to their children, Claudine replied in the affirmative.

“About the kids, yes, yes.” She said. “About everything naman (We talked about everything.).”

Claudine also mentioned that Raymart had made a video of her and her children, but refused to reveal further details about its contents.

“'Pag lumabas, sa kanila na nanggaling 'yun (If it comes out, then it would come from his camp),” she said. “And it traumatized me and my children.”

(Photo courtesy of PEP.ph)

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