Alyzza Agustin feeling down amid calling card scandal

Alyzza Agustin, the sexy car show model involved in the so-called calling card scandal, has posted on Facebook that she is "feeling down."

"I made decisions that I regret, and I took them as learning experiences... I'm human, not perfect, like anybody else.
Thanks sa walng sawang nag papagaan ng loob ko at sa mga nag babash skin thanks as well were human we made mistake so sna wg nyo ko I judge by what happen I was happy at that time so natural lang na ma overwhelm but I was regretted of what I have done bcos of simple status I almost ruin my life.... — feeling down" was her FB status message Wednesday night, October 1.

Alyzza Agustin feeling down
Screenshot from Facebook
Earlier, Agustin made a public apology for her controversial post that showed an alleged calling card of PNP "director" for plans Alexander Ignacio, with the words "PLS ASSIST MY EA, ALYZZA AGUSTIN" written at the back.

Calling card scandal screenshot
Screenshot courtesy of Top Gear Philippines
"I would like to apologize to everyone who was affected and offended by my post, fellow motorists, Director Alexander C. Ignacio and his family and the PNP Institution as a whole. I was just overwhelmed by that moment because I was caught in traffic for hours coming from work. I would like to make it a point that I do not know Director Alexander C. Ignacio personally," she wrote in her apology.

Ignacio has reportedly denied knowing Agustin personally. He also questioned the authenticity of the calling card she was bragging about.

"I am a Chief Superintendent and not a Director," the PNP official said, adding that he does not tolerate anyone from using his calling card for purposes that violate the law.

"I do give my business card to those who request it, but it goes with the implied condition that it will not be used to violate laws, to shorten prescribed procedures, and for illegal gain," he told GMA News.

Agustin admitted her fault and asked for understanding for the mistake she committed.

"I mean no harm to anyone and just like any Filipino motorist, would like a little convenience on the road. Naniniwala po ako [na] ang bawat isa sa atin ay may pag kukulang din naman sa daan. Pasensya na po sa aking pagkakamali," she posted.

Messages of support were posted by Agustin's followers on Facebook, some of whom encouraged her to look on the bright side of life.