Maggie Wilson “Ready To Fight”, Not Leaving A “Conjugal Property”

Former beauty queen Maggie Wilson says she’s ready to fight against her estranged husband.

MAGGIE WILSON – Famous personality and host Maggie Wilson defies her husband and insists on her right to conjugal property.

Former beauty queen and host Margaret “Maggie” Nales Wilson-Consunji currently faces issues. In a previous article, she shared that the people in her residence were forced out by the officials of Victor Consunji Development Corporation (VCDC) and DMCI of her husband Victor Consunji.

These officials accordingly entered illegally with “no notice, no warrant, and no proper paperwork” and such an act was a “blatant display of power and influence”. At that time, she was out of the country for some business. Also, the power supply was cut off from her place on Friday and they are the only ones who have no electricity in their place.

As of June 17, Sunday, they still got no power despite their attempts to have the connection back. She expressed in an update, “Power has not yet been restored after several attempts. Thank you to the people who helped arrange for a generator. You know who you are. And to one [of] my neighbors who so kindly offered to share their electricity to my sister, 5-year-old cousin, and staff.”

She then added that the reason why they are not moving out of the place is because of her rights to conjugal property. Maggie then shared that she has already talked to her lawyers and is now ready to fight.

Apart from these mishaps, Maggie and her rumored boyfriend Tim Connor face charges due to their affair. Connor, speaking about the issues Maggie has with her husband, says that people will get nothing from him unless there will be law enforcement.

In his statement, he also stressed that the Maggie-Victor issue is not a circus and asked for other people to respect it.


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