Taylor Kitsch Mistaken of Being Harassed in Philippines

Taylor Kitsch Mistaken of Being Harassed in Philippines

Recently, Taylor Kitsch, a Hollywood star, alleged Philippine official of treating him harshly. In defense, the Philippine official said that at the time of so-called harassment, Taylor Kitsch was in Indonesia.

The identity of the officer has not been revealed. However, it has been informed that Taylor Kitsch has alleged that a particular custom officer threatened him of sending him back to Japan just because the pages of his passport had run out.

Taylor Kitsch further added that the officer even demanded of an iPhone. An investigation over the case was called by the Bureau of Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon. In a report, Ruffy Biazon stated: “I feel confident that Mr. Kitsch was mistaken in saying that his bad experience during his travel was in the Philippines”.

During the investigation, the authorities found no proof to support the claims of Taylor Kitsch. The authorities informed that no immigration records have been found to prove that he had ever been to Philippines.

It has further come to light that the government of Philippines has not given shooting permit to the Oliver Stone-directed “Savages”. Biazon further Clearfield that the shooting of the movie is being carried out in Indonesia, which is the neighboring country of Philippines.

For long, Philippines have been in the bad books of the travelers as many incidences of kidnapping of Western travelers, and bad experience at the airport have been witnessed by the travelers. The government has been putting efforts to promote its tourism. Allegations by Taylor Kitsch have put the country again in the tight position.

However, it is hoped that justice would be provided to Taylor Kitsch who did become the victim of harassment by the hands of some custom officers.


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