As soon as information appeared that Ngoc Trinh had bought 11 hectares of land in Lam Dong, the authorities had checked and verified the incident.
In the past few days, social media has been buzzing with information Ngoc Trinh bought an 11ha land in Bao Loc, Lam Dong.
On social networks, specialized pages with real estate business content are rampant with information about buying lingerie for homestay business. Along with that is the fact that these websites are aggressively selling real estate in this area.
On her personal page, Ngoc Trinh is also excited to show off: “Welcome the dawn at my dear new land. Excellent 10/10 lun ah, how many points do you guys give me?”.
Attached is a series of pictures of female models checking in on the land in alley 61, B’Lao Sre village, Dai Lao commune.
Ngoc Trinh checked in at the land in alley 61, B’Lao Sre village, Dai Lao commune (Bao Loc, Lam Dong).
As soon as the above information appeared, the Lam Dong province authorities checked and verified the above information.
Share on Police On May 19, Mr. Doan Kim Dinh – Chairman of the People’s Committee of Bao Loc City (Lam Dong) said that no one named Tran Thi Ngoc Trinh (model Ngoc Trinh) owned 11 hectares of land in Dai Laos. Bao Loc City) as a homestay like viral social networks.
As a result of verification, the land Ngoc Trinh posted is in alley 61, B’Lao Sre village, Dai Lao commune and is not the land to build a female model’s homestay.
In the records and procedures related to land in this commune, there is no owner named Tran Thi Ngoc Trinh (ie model Ngoc Trinh).
Information Ngoc Trinh bought 11ha of land in Lam Dong is not true.
Chairman of the City People’s Committee Bao Loc added that this false information has caused public opinion to misjudge the local construction and land management.
He affirmed, this is a trick that the real estate industry often uses, with the help of famous people to inflate land prices and entice people from other localities to buy land.
According to Vietnamnet
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