Beatrice Pia White, the ex-wife of Philipino basketball player Terrence Romeo, came under the spotlight after getting arrested over felony charges.
Beatrice Pia White is a reputed businesswoman from Cebu. Although she was wedded to PBA player Terrence Romeo, the lady made waves for another reason entirely.
Now, she got noted as a symbol of shame, with Filipino people condemning her actions on social media.
Who Is Beatrice Pia White Husband PBA Terrence Romeo?
Beatrice Pia White was happily married to her husband, PBA player Terrence Romeo. Sources say that they went their separate ways recently. The couple decided to host an intimate evening inviting only three of the groom’s buddies in 2017.
Initially, he opted to keep the relationship a secret, with onlookers knowing nothing but her name. The mystery surrounding her persona became a huge talking point among commenters.
Besides, that athlete seems to have moved on as rumors of his new sizzling romance with Vice Ganda.
Beatrice Pia White Age And Wikipedia- Who Is She?
Beatrice Pia White is a 37-year-old woman businesswoman from Cebu. Reports say that she was eighter older than her ex-spouse.
As her identity was well hidden during their marriage, details about her life seem to be quite hazy.
Needless to say, the Filipino woman found fame after she notoriously caught headlines.
Did Beatrice Pia White Get Arrested?
Beatrice Pia White, the ex-spouse of PBA athlete Terrance Romeo, got arrested by the Highway Pertorl Group. She faces the charges of estafa, use of fake names, and technical carnapping.
The police got calls about her renting people’s cars and refused to return them.
The police conducted sting operations after she demanded P80,000 from a citizen in exchange for his car.
Now, she is in police custody in a yellow uniform.
Her alleged accomplice Efcel Reyes is also facing similar charges.
What Is The Net Worth Of Beatrice Pia White?
As of 2022, the net worth of Beatrice Pia White is still under evaluation. On the other hand, the net worth of her ex-partner is between 1 to 5 million dollars.
He makes his living by workings as a shooting guard for the Philippine Basketball Association. After getting drafted in the 2013 drafts, he joined the Barako Bull.
The player has done rather well for himself as he won the Rookie of the year award in 2010.
In 2018, he moved to San Miguel Beerman after an internet dispute with his previous coach.