DJ’s Facebook war ends in court threat

DJ’s Facebook war ends in court threat

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DJ Adda wrote on her Facebook page that she was going to sue actor Kong Chomrong because he swore, calling her a “bitch” and a “whore”.

Adda, whose real name is Krouch Sor Chakriya, said she would not tolerate such abusive language.

But actor Kong Chomrong said the Facebook war started because Adda was the first to use terms like “gay” and “whore” to refer to some Cambodian artists who shot sexy photos.

In response, a raunchy picture of Adda in a string bikini was posted on Kong Chomrong’s page with a caption indicating that the DJ herself had taken sexy photos.

Adda later said she would not take the matter to court because she and Kong Chomrong had settled the issue.

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeurn at [email protected]

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