A Filipina in the United Arab Emirates jumped off a building, immediately claiming her life. However, her family in the Philippines thinks of a foul play considering the series of messages she sent about her bad-treating employer.

The family of Mary Jean Alberto cries for justice after hearing the news of her passing after allegedly jumping from a high-raise building.

Her family thinks that the incident involves a foul play considering the series of messages she sent to her family before the incident happened.

“Mas gusto ko pang makulong kesa ganito nararanasan,” these are the last words of Mary Jean before she allegedly took her own life. This cryptic message indicates that she is being treated badly by her employer and a foul play over her expiration could be possible.

Mary Jean allegedly took her life after jumping on the 13th floor of a building where her employer resides. Her family couldn’t be convinced that Mary Jean took her life because the day before the incident, she sent a message asking for help from her sister who is also a domestic helper in Abu Dhabi.

‘Muntik na akong sakalin ni madam. Pinagbibintangan niya ako kay ****,” says Mary Jean in a message. “Te, puntahan niyo na ako ni ****** dito,” the OFW said in another message.

According to the OFW, it is much better to be sent to prison rather than work with her employers. After that, they cannot contact Mary Jean anymore.

Ronel Alberto called the employer of her mother and it’s when they heard the sad news. He also claims that Mary Jean was repeatedly hurt by her employer and was treated badly for so many times.

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OFW na minaltrato umano, patay matapos daw tumalon mula sa gusali

Katarungan ang nais ng mga kaanak ng isang kababayan nating namatay sa Abu Dhabi. Tumalon daw siya mula sa mataas na gusali. Pero para sa mga naulila, may foul play lalo't minaltrato raw siya ng amo.Iba pang balitang tinutukan ng 24 Oras: http://bit.ly/2BcvoEr

Posted by GMA News on Tuesday, October 15, 2019


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