3 Filipina “crush video” is actually part of online “moneymaking schemes”

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It has been circulating over the social media of 3 Filipinas crushing a hopeless puppy. For those who are not aware, these animal crush videos are making trends and there are demands out there for sexual gratification. The majority of these videos share a common theme, the animals are incrementally crushed by scantily clad women in high heels. Those who purchase these videos, view them for sexual gratification. Basically speaking, the animal crush interest is an atypical sexual arousal toward the the horrific torture and distress of another life-form. The sick, twisted, prurient animal crush industry has become increasingly popular all over the world. It will continue to escalate the degradation of our society if nothing is done to curtail the sadistic underground industry.

It was reported that the producers of these videos would receive between P100 to P1000 for each video. “Crush videos” first surfaced in the Philippines in 2011 as scantily clad girls crushing to death small animals were sold as fetish films online – reference here.

For those who would like to be more aware and help stop these sick activities, proceed to StopCrush.Org.


The 3 girls, whose identities remain unknown, are now under the custody of the Department of Social Welfare, while the couple who produced the fetish videos are in jail and waiting trial.


The couple, Dorma and Vicente Ridon, has been arrested by the National Bureau of Investigation, helped by the probe made by PETA when it received in 2011 a report from a citizen featuring several crush videos.

PETA said the fetish videos show the torture of animals for perverse and twisted sexual gratification of some people.

Besides the initial cruelty to animal and child abuse charges filed against the couple, the Department of Justice added new charges, including violation of the Philippine Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act, the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act and more child abuse charges.

It is really disgusting what people do to get easy / quick money. I hope my readers will continue to share this page and also visit the respective StopCrush.Org Facebook pages, create the awareness and help stop this “crush video” trends that is spreading all over the world.






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