VIDEO: Hayden Kho reportedly tries to commit suicide anew in a pineapple field crying "I love you Vicks"

Witnesses say they found Hayden Kho Jr. in a pineapple field in Silang, Cavite after what may have allegedly been an attempted suicide, reports PEP.ph.

The witnesses, Rudy Olivar and Tano Legaspi, recounted to GMA-7's Showbiz Central that on the night of December 3, they went to the pineapple plantation near their home to investigate sounds of someone moaning. Thinking it might be a rape victim, they instead found a man that they identified as Dr. Hayden Kho Jr. He was reportedly crying and had wounds on his face from rubbing it against pineapple leaves, as well as a wound on his left shoulder, allegedly from a hypodermic syringe.

According to PEP.ph, the witnesses said Kho's cell phone kept ringing, and he answered every call, saying "Huwag niyo na akong hanapin," and "Mahal na mahal kita, Vicks," repeatedly into his phone. "Pakisabi kay Vicks na mahal na mahal ko siya," the witnesses were reportedly told, as well as "Walang nagmamahal sa akin." He reportedly also said that they should not help him because he had said his goodbyes to God. It is speculated that by "Vicks," he may have meant Dr. Vicki Belo, his ex-girlfriend. Olivar denied earlier reports that Kho had a vehicular accident in the premises. He said Kho got off his car and walked to the pineapple plantation in the dark.

Kho recently had his medical license revoked as a result of a much-publicized controversy involving videos he had filmed while having sex with allegedly unsuspecting actress Katrina Halili. He is currently confined at the Manila Doctors Hospital after being admitted on December 4 for symptoms of intestinal flu, according to his lawyer, Atty. Lorna Kapunan.

Here's the Showbiz Central report on December 6 posted on GMANews.TV:


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