Mario Maurer & Ex-Manager at the Court

Mario still has that pretty & innocent face. But would he still look angelic once the court's verdict is out?

Mario still has that pretty & innocent face. But would he still look angelic once the court's verdict is out?

Mario's ex-manager, 'Coco' with his new young talents at the background giving exposure err...moral support to Coco.

Mario's ex-manager, 'Coco' with his new young talents at the background giving exposure err...moral support to Coco.

The heat is on! On the way to work this morning, I passed by the usual news stand where I just normally ignore every morning. But today, I can’t help but notice the huge pic of Mario on the front page of this tabloid. So I bought it for Thai Baht 10. I got stuck with my work (evidently since three days ago). I scanned Mario and Coco’s pics and only this evening I got a chance to blog it.

Back to the news, Mario met up Coco for the first time after their dramatic parting of ways a few months back when ‘A’ Supachai lured  away Mario to join his harem which resulted now to this lawsuit case of Coco versus Mario for breach of contract with damages amounting to Thai Baht 600,000+ (Phil. Peso 780,000+) while A faces Thai Baht 6 million plus (Phil. Peso 7.8 million) as damages to Coco.

But Coco beware! Mario sues back Coco Thai Baht 4 million (Phil. Peso 5.2 million) for airing details of his lawsuit against Mario likewise, A sues Coco worth Thai Baht 40 million (Phil. Peso 52 million) for the same grounds as Mario plus oral defamation cum emotional distress for talking bad about A in public which the court accepted with an initial hearing set on 21 April.

“Bangkok Love Story” director slash talent discoverer Poj Arnon and another talent maker Oub Wiriya also appeared to give Coco moral support and both of whom accused A of stealing talents. Check out my previous blog about this case here.

For Mario & Coco’s arrival video at the court yesterday, click here.

What will happen next? Let’s find out next time…

Wonder Thought for the Day: “Believe in the old saying: “A wolf in a sheep’s clothing.””

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