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Kit Thompson now behind bars after allegedly assaulting girlfriend Ana Jalandoni, who's now recuperating in hospital

By NICK GARCIA Published Mar 18, 2022 12:15 pm Updated Mar 18, 2022 7:46 pm

Actor Kit Thompson has been put behind bars on March 18 after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend actress Ana Jalandoni.

Earlier in the day, Niko Baua reported that Thompson has been brought to the police for questioning after reportedly detaining and injuring Jalandoni. Tagaytay police rescued her after receiving a call from a local hotel.

Jalandoni reportedly sent a picture of herself to her friends, showing her injuries. A photo of her with black eyes has also been circulating online.

While her friends have sought the help of authorities, hotel staff also alerted the police after checking the commotion in the couple's hotel room.

Jalandoni was immediately brought to Tagaytay Medical Center for treatment after sustaining injuries to her face and different parts of the body, according to ANC's update. She's now recuperating in the hospital.

Cornerstone Entertainment, Thompson's management, said it has yet to receive a formal report regarding the alleged incident and declined to give a comment on the matter.

 “However, we request the public to be mindful of casting judgment based on unfounded reports being circulated online,” Cornerstone said.


(Editor’s note:  An earlier version of this story identified the victim’s name, which has now been removed in compliance with Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act as the current police investigation of the case falls under the said law.)

(Update: The victim's name Ana Jalandoni has now been reinstated following her post on her social media about the incident.)

If you are, or if you personally know someone being abused during this time of health emergency, don’t hesitate to seek help to stop the abuse.

The Philippine Commission on Women has shared important contact details if such abuses were to occur:


PNP Hotline: 177
Aleng Pulis Hotline: 0919 777 7377
PNP Women and Children Protection Center
24/7 AVAWCD Office: (02) 8532-6690
Email address: [email protected] / [email protected] / [email protected]


Public Attorney’s Office (PAO)
Hotline: (02) 8929-9436 local 106, 107, or 159 (local “0” for operator)
(+62) 9393233665
Email address: [email protected]


Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and their
Mobile numbers: 09178671907 | 09178748961
Email address: [email protected]