Katrina Razon Opens Up About Online Harassment After Uncovering Alleged Stalker
Katrina Razon, the daughter of International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) CEO and Bloomberry Resorts Corp. chairman Enrique Razon, has spoken out about online harassment after revealing that she's been the target of threatening messages, e-mails, and text messages regularly for years.
The DJ and entrepreneur took to Instagram Stories to share her stalker's latest attack: a fake account impersonating her. According to Razon, the account made her sick to her stomach as it does not represent the values she represents.
"My cyber harasser/stalker of years had made another fake account," Razon said. "It makes me sad that even despite the whole world being paralyzed, this psychopath attempts to kick others while they're down (I am not the only one he has been harassing for years)."
Razon then shared that she had finally found out the identity of her alleged stalker. "After years of dealing with his threatening messages, emails, and text messages (forcing me to change my cellphone number as I feared for my life), we have finally unmasked the culprit," she said.
In the process of uncovering her stalker, Razon found that nearly 40 individuals had also allegedly been harassed and threatened by the same person. She also added that none of them personally knew the stalker and could figure out any motives. The repeated bullying has ranged from badmouthing to more threatening messages telling people to commit suicide or warnings to kill.
She then sent the stalker a message: "If you are reading this, it gives me pleasure to have finally exposed you. On behalf of the young men and men you have threatened. We are so much bigger than you."
More and more people have come forward since, including Juan Ponce Enrile's granddaughter Kristen Ponce-Enrile, as well as the alleged stalker's former schoolmates in elementary and high school.
"By standing up to my attacker, I feel empowered and a massive sense of relief. I hope this story inspires you to stand up for yourself and for others. You are not alone," Razon said.