Alice Dixson Celebrated Her Birthday Dancing At And Touring Boracay Amid The Island Closure

Alice Dixson Celebrated Her Birthday Dancing At And Touring Boracay Amid The Island Closure

Alice Dixson, a Filipina-American actress, commercial model and a beauty queen who first earned fame for playing the role of Faye in the TV series “Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!”. She also played the title character to the classic 1990 film adaptation of the Mars Ravelo comics classic “Dyesebel.”

Recently, Alice celebrated her 49th birthday dancing at and touring Boracay amid the island closure. Her birthday turned out to be a stressful one, after she was panned by netizens for celebrating it in Boracay when the island was supposed to have been closed to tourists for rehabilitation.

While most fans wished Alice well on her birthday, a few commenters wondered how Alice was able to celebrate her birthday in Boracay when it is supposed to be closed to tourists.

But it turned out that the actress had the proper documents needed to enter the island, according to a statement released this Tuesday.

Here’s the full statement: Chroma Hospitality, Inc., the management company of Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay, reiterates that the resort is in full compliance to the closure and rehabilitation order for Boracay Island pursuant to Executive Order 53 series of 2018.

The resort is not violating any government regulation regarding the closure. It is not accepting and entertaining guests at the resort, contrary to the articles released in the media where actress Alice Dixson was seen on the island.

Ms. Dixson is the wife of a top executive of Crimson Resort & Spa Boracay. They are both residents of the island with proper documentation. This has been confirmed and verified during an inquiry done by the Department of Interior and Local Government.

“We continue to support the government’s initiative to rehabilitate the island to ensure its long-term sustainability and we look forward to welcoming our valued guests here at Crimson Resort and Spa Boracay, once the island reopens,” Chroma Country Manager James Montenegro said.


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