After going through "cyber-hell" for a week, "Amalayer" girl Paula Salvosa bared her Christmas wish: to have her life back to normal.
In a post on her Twitter account Tuesday night, Salvosa said, "Wish ko lang ngayong Pasko, sana bumalik na sa normal [ang] buhay ko. 'Yun puwede na ko ulit lumabas mag-isa nang walang takot sa puso ko," she said.
"I just want my life back. :(" she added.
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As of Wednesday morning, many of the replies to her post were supportive, with some telling her to treat what happened as a "lesson."
Others advised her to just pray and leave everything to God.
Salvosa earned the tag "Amalayer" after being caught on video confronting a Light Rail Transit lady guard and asking the guard if she was making her look like a liar.
The tag was a play on her pronunciation of "I'm a liar."
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Last weekend, Salvosa said in a television interview she regretted freaking out in a public place, but added she wants to have an interview together with the guard so the truth will come out.
She also said she is also ready to take a lie-detector test to see who is telling the truth. — LBG, GMA News
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