Another private video of Parokya Ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda and his girlfriend, actress Neri Naig, recently made rounds on social media, almost two months after their sex video surfaced online. ABSCBNNews.com reports that the new video, which was uploaded on a Facebook page on September 30, is longer at 11 minutes and 20 seconds and is more graphic than the previous one.

Despite this, Chito doesn’t seem to be very upset about the latest scandal.

"Mahal na mahal namin ang isa't-isa. The more na subukan nilang guluhin ang buhay namin, mas lalo lang tumitibay ang pagmamahalan at samahan namin (We love each other very much. The more they try to disrupt our lives, the stronger our love and relationship becomes)," he wrote in an Instagram post.

Chito likewise said that Neri is doing her best to cope with the situation.

"She's okay. As well-loved as before. Okay naman lahat (Everything’s okay.). Everything's okay. It's just that we have to do this kasi may krimen na naganap eh, so kailangan namin mag-pursue (It’s just that we have to do this because a crime has been committed, so we have to pursue it.)."

ABS-CBNNews.com also reports that the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) already has information about the person responsible for the video leak.

"So far, may mga leads, and actually meron na lang kaming isang hard drive na hinihintay (So far, we already have leads, and we’re actually already waiting for a particular hard drive),” said NBI Cybercrime Division chief Vic Lorenzo, who believes that both videos were uploaded by the same suspect.

(Screencap via Chito Miranda's Instagram account)

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