Maria Magdalena Torrente de la Riva born in Manila, Philippines; 3 September  also known as Maggie de la Riva in the Philippines , is a Filipina movie actress and former pageant beauty queen who has appeared in approximately 80 films. Riva is also widely known in a sexual assault incident in her early career, when she was abducted and raped in by four men from influential families. In , Riva completed her elementary and high school at Maryknoll College and finished secretarial training in at Saint Theresa's College. Before she became an actress she was a ballet dancer. She was the sole breadwinner of the family after the death of her father, Juan. Her mother took care of the family.
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MANILA Reuters - A Philippine college fraternity used its annual naked run on Friday to protest against President Rodrigo Duterte's brutal war on drugs and the imposition of martial law in the south in the army's fight against Islamist militants. The masked and hooded young men sprinted in the nude through their college, holding signs reading "Lift Martial Law" and "Stop the Killings", as bystanders laughed and pointed and others took photos. Since taking office last June, Duterte has launched a ferocious war of drugs that has left thousands of Filipinos dead, and in May, he imposed martial law in Mindanao, an island of 22 million people, when Islamic State-linked militants took over large parts of the city of Marawi. This is not the first time the fraternity has taken a political stance with its yearly bare-bottomed event.