Jason Ivler and his mom, Marlene Aguilar-Pollard. This photo is said to have been taken inside Jason's cell| Photo courtesy of Jason Ivler's Facebook Fan PageMarlene Aguilar-Pollard, the mother of murder suspect Jason Ivler, has been fined P20,000 after having an outburst inside the court and later challenging the judge into a fist fight during the March 23 hearing of her son's case.
Judge Bayani Vargas of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court cited Aguilar-pollard in indirect contempt in an order dated April 15, 2011.
“Marlene Aguilar, for her actuation which was aired in GMA Channel 7 news on March 23, 2011 whereby the presiding judge of this court was challenged to a fist fight coupled with libelous remarks which has the effect of degrading the administration of justice in the trial of her son, Jason Ivler, is hereby adjudged guilty of indirect contempt and ordered to a fine of P20,000," the order reads.
Last March 23, Vargas earned the mother's wrath after the judge rejected the request to have Ivler excused from attending the hearing.
Ivler is the suspect in the murder of Renato Ebarle Jr. who was shot dead on Nov. 18, 2009 in Santolan, Quezon City.
Just last week, Jason Ivler was transferred to the Metro Manila District Jail in Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig City from the Quezon City Jail after reportedly given special treatment inside the jail.
Meanwhile, here's a "24 Oras" report of the said incident on March 23 courtesy of Youtube/GMA7: