Viva Entertainment Inc., the talent agency that manages Anne Curtis's career, has released its official statement regarding the "It" girl's controversial "slapping incident" in Privé Luxury Club on November 23, Saturday.

According to a report from, Anne slapped three personalities--including fellow Kapamilya ctor John Lloyd Cruz--and hurled insults at several people, the most infamous of which was allegedly directed at model-host Phoemela Baranda. Anne reportedly screamed at Phoemela, saying, "I can buy you, your friends, and this club.'' Phoemela, who's also a Viva talent, recently broke her silence on the said controversy, insisting that no such thing happened and that all is well between her and Anne.

For her part, Anne quickly took to Twitter to apologize and posted several tweets about the incident on December 1, Sunday.

"For those who have read about the issue, yes, most of it is true. I admit to that & I have apologized to all parties included immediately... I choose to do this right away because I've always been an open book & I don't like to hide anything... " Anne posted.

In light of the issue, Viva has released its official statement, which is published in a separate article from

"The Prive incident involving Anne Curtis is a private matter between Anne and the people involved. The incident has been settled by the parties days before the article on the incident was published. We hope the public will respect the decision of the parties to amicably settle the incident among themselves," the statement read.

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