Christine Dacera Wiki – Biography Christine Dacera
Christine Dacera is a flight attendant who was found dead in a hotel bathtub on New Years Day after police believed she was gang-attacked at a party. The young woman had checked into the luxurious City Garden Hotel with friends to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Makati City, outside Manila in the Philippines, The Sun reported.
According to the outlet, the Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight attendant was at the party with some of her colleagues. One of them, Rommel Galida, reported that he woke up around 10 a.m. and found Dacera asleep in the bathtub, the medium wrote. Galida said she covered her with a blanket and went back to bed, but when she woke up a few hours later, she was unconscious and turned blue.
Galida explained that she asked for help and her coworkers tried to revive Dacera. The young woman was pronounced dead after being rushed to the hospital, The Sun reported. Detectives said an investigation is underway and autopsy results are pending. The outlet wrote that detectives found bruises and cuts on her body, including on her thighs and knees.
According to her Facebook profile, Dacera was born in Davao City in the Philippines and lived in Pasay City. She studied at the University of the Philippines and worked as a flight attendant for Philippine Airlines based at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila and Francisco Bangoy International Airport (DVO) in Davao, according to her Instagram page.
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Christine Dacera was 23 years old.
Police are investigating 11 men and have arrested three of them in connection with Dacera’s death on New Year’s Day, the Manila Standard reported. Philippine National Police Chief Director Debold Sinas said that John Pascual Dela Serna III, 27, Rommel Daluro Galida, 29, and John Paul Reyes Halili, 25, were arrested and charged with the crime of “Rape with murder.”
Sinas also said authorities are searching for nine other people who were with Dacera at the hotel the night before she died. Colonel Harold Depositar, head of the Makati City Police Station, told the Inquirer that the rape charge was due to the victim having “lacerations and sperm on her genitals.”
His family told the outlet they believe Dacera was forced to use prohibited substances during the party. Deposit said three of the men were friends of the victim. “The others were practically unknown to her, as only her three friends knew about them,” she told the Inquirer. PAL issued a statement following the death of the flight attendant, Manila Standard reported, saying:
PAL Express mourns the tragic death of a flight attendant on January 1 during the New Year’s Eve party in the city of Makati. The flight attendant, whose identity we are not free to disclose at this time, was a professional and upright PAL Express crew member that her colleagues and friends will deeply miss. Our wish is for the truth to come to light in the interests of justice.
According to GMA News, Dacera’s mother, Sharon, said her daughter had asked her permission before attending the New Years Eve party. He said he allowed his daughter to go because she would be with friends and he trusted them. Dacera called her mother shortly after midnight on January 1, the outlet reported, and 12 hours later a friend called her to tell her that Dacera had died.
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Many took to social media to express their outrage at Dacera’s death and called for justice for the flight attendant. A tweet that has been shared and liked more than 3,000 times reads: “This is Christine Dacera, a Filipino flight attendant, who was raped by no less than 9 men and killed. 3 of the suspects have already been captured, but there are still those who walk freely through the streets. justice must be done. “The hashtags #JusticeforChristineDacera and #ProtectDrunkGirls have been widely used.
Another tweet reads: “This is Christine Angelica Dacera, a flight attendant who was found dead after attending a New Years party with friends at a hotel in Makati. If it’s really gang rape, I hope they rot in hell. May the Dacera family rest in peace and condolence. Girls, please [be very careful] !! “A tweet says,” Can you stop blaming? “Also, being drunk will never be an invitation or consent to rape just to satisfy your thirst, filthy men. She (Christine Dacera) should have continued to serve on planes flying by. above now. #JusticeForChristineDacera. “