Peter Vandever has long claimed that the reason he is still in the Philippines is because he has outstanding tax issues with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) that need to be resolved before he is granted clearance to leave the country. It has long been suspected that this was a lie — an attempt to portray himself as somehow righteously standing up against some sort of unfair taxation. It was his way of trying to avoid admission that he is illegally in the country on an expired tourist visa that he can’t afford to renew. In the workings of his fragile ego, it was also an attempt to separate himself from those who are “just tourists” in the country even though he was officially a tourist as well when his visa was valid.
Peter Vandever is bragging about the sudden surge in subscribers to his YouTube channel. But guess what? They’re fake.
Early February 2017, Peter Vandever’s whereabouts became known. He was staying in a seedy 200 peso per night flophouse called the Ong Bun Pension House in Bacolod City.
In addition to boasting a false claim that he is a skilled photographer of any sort, Peter Vandever has long since been outed as a thief of intellectual property. He was exposed in a big way here, here, here, here, here, and here. To no surprise of anyone who knows Peter, he gets busted yet again.