Hope Centenos’ needs to show more to convince the public to believe her story of her alleged 11-month sexual affair with Kris Aquino’s husband James Yap.

These evidence should even include semen stains on clothing or furniture used in their sexcapades.

This is the opinion expressed by legal experts in the Pinoy Spy Group (PSG) who believe that the former Belo receptionists claims that she had sex with James Yap in the clinic’s cubicles can only be proven by evidence.

These evidence should include:

* Stains of James Yap’s bodily fluids, including but no limited to semen and saliva. If Hope Centeno can produce clothing or even tissue/napkins containing these bodily fluids, and have them tested against James Yap’s DNA, she should show them to the public.

Remember Monica Lewinsky and her stained skirt?

In November 1997, Monica Lewinsky told her confidant and supposed friend, Linda Tripp, that she had in her possession a blue Gap dress that still bore the semen stain that resulted from her administering oral sex to President Clinton in February of that year. 

* Video or audio recordings. Did Hope record her trysts with James Yap? Is there a sex video or even photos or maybe voice recordings?

A member of the Pinoy Spy Group who works in the NBI, which is not investigating the case, said James Yap and Hope Centeno should me made to undergo a polygraph test to know who is lying.

“It’s easy for a scorned woman to concoct such stories and it’s even easier for a womanizer y to deny them, so a lie detector test can be used in this case,” the investigator said.

Hope claimed she has text messages from James Yap to prove her affair, but these are hardly admissible, since technology can be easily manipulated.

“What the public needs is hard evidence. Otherwise, Hope’s story can be dismissed as a story of a scorned woman,” said the NBI analyst.