Delfin Lee Biography


delfin-leeWelcome to the offical site of Delfin Lee. Delfin Lee was born on December 24, 1955, in the city of Quezon, Philippines. Delfin Lee is a Filipino-Chinese, best described as a loving son, patient, hard working individual, positive man, perfectionist leader, philantropist and a visionary business man. He began his stellar rise in the real estate industry by simply caring for his own employees. He created a housing project for them, it instantly became a success. He then established Globe Asiatique in 1994. In the hope of providing a decent home for Filipino families, he has a vision of creating housing projects to every viable land. Not just houses, but communities complete with schools, town halls, recreational areas and livelihood opportunities. He envisions a time when Filipinos are all able to live in decent places uplifting their dignity and pride. Presently he is in prison fighting injustice and dark politics.


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Birth Date: December 24, 1955

Name: Delfin S. Lee

Nationality: Filipino - Chinese

Place of Birth: Quezon City, Philippines

Education: BSBA Incomplete

Delfin Lee in the eyes of the Filipinos

By: Brian Maglungsod and Jess Malabanan,

November 2, 2015 5:46 PM
The online news portal of TV5

MANILA - Detained real estate developer Delfin Lee has asked the Supreme Court (SC) and a local court in San Fernando, Pampanga to look into the legality of an advice for the transfer of his detention from the Pampanga provincial jail to the Telabastagan detention facility supervised by the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).

In a motion, Lee appealed to the Office of the Court Administrator (OCA) and San Fernando, Pampanga Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 42 Judge Maria Amifaith Fider-Reyes to take a look at the directive of Executive Judge Divina Luz Aquino-Simbulan for his transfer of detention.

Lee said Simbulan's findings that he was being accorded special treatment at the provincial jail as the reason for him to be transferred to another detention facility were mere "conjectures and hearsay" that have no basis and, if allowed to push through, would violate his constitutional right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty of the charges of syndicated estafa.

Furthermore, Lee, who is currently detained at Pampanga Provincial Jail, said he has been receiving numerous death threats, and claimed his transfer would expose him to great danger.

BJMP officials led by Supt. Rufino M. Santiago, Jr. and District Jail Warden Roy Regacho, however assured Lee that they can secure the real estate developer.

Lee's lawyer, Atty. Rony Garay, disclosed that Executive Judge Simbulan had already coordinated the transfer of the accused without waiting for the court's action.

In an Omnibus Motion, Garay asserted that "no person under detention shall be transferred except upon lawful order of the court."

Garay said that, to transfer his client would "trivialize and trample upon his constitutional right" of being presumed innocent until the contrary is proven because the advise to transfer him to the BJMP Telabastagan has no legal and factual basis.

If Simbulan would insist on the transfer, Garay said, his client requested that Simbulan be required to execute a written personal undertaking to secure the safety of his client, and, in case he is physically harmed at BJMP Telabastagan, any consequence shall be the personal liability of the executive judge.

What's worse, Garay added, was Simbulan's basis for her "advise" which he described as "pure surmises, conjectures and hearsay."

The Judge said she wants Lee transferred to another jail facility here after receiving "anonymous letters affecting Lee" and for being "surprised to see that there is a small gym (with bench press) in the vacant cell adjoining the cell where accused Delfin Lee was incarcerated."

He said it will be "truly unfair" for Lee to be transferred to the BJMP Telabastagan and be incarcerated together with about 100 common and hardened criminals, especially because the accused is not yet a convicted felon, since the syndicated estafa charges filed against him have yet to be resolved with finality.

The issue stemmed from Simbulan's letter to Fider-Reyes claiming that Lee was enjoying special treatment at the provincial jail, including the fact that he is alone in his cell and even has a bodyguard.

But Lee said there is no truth to Simbulan's letter, as he asked the Executive Judge to produce evidence to support her claim, especially if she would insist on his transfer.

Lee and several other officials of his firm – Globe Asiatique (GA) – and the government's Pag-IBIG housing agency were facing syndicates estafa charges for allegedly defrauding members of Pag-IBIG of some P6.6 billion in housing loans.

Globe Asiatique allegedly used fictitious names to take out loans from Pag-IBIG to fund its housing project in Mabalacat, Pampanga.


Accused housing-scam brain files case vs Pampanga judge

DELFIN Lee, accused of trying to scam taxpayers money in a public housing fund, has formally lodged an administrative and criminal complaint before the Supreme Court (SC) against the executive judge of the Regional Trial Court (RTC) in San Fernando, Pampanga.

In a five-page verified complaint filed on Thursday with the SC Office of the Court Administrator, Lee accused RTC Executive Judge Divina Luz Simbulan of direct extortion.


Delfin Lee files complaint against judge

In an 11-page complaint with the Office of the Court Administrator, Mr. Lee accused San Fernando RTC Executive Judge Divina Luz P. Aquino-Simbulan of gross ignorance of the law, usurpation of official functions, and violation of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

Mr. Lee claimed Ms. Simbulan, through an emissary, offered to interfere in his syndicated estafa case in exchange for a brand-new Nissan Patrol. The head judge was able to befriend and ask him questions without the presence of his lawyers, he also alleged.


Delfin Lee files case vs. RTC Executive Judge For ignorance of the law, usurpation of authority, graft

By Ashley Manabat
Nov 05, 2015
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The executive judge of the Regional Trial Court (RTC) here is now in hot water after a complaint was filed against her by detained property developer Delfin Lee.

On Thursday, Lee, through his lawyer, filed a verified complaint before the Supreme Court against Executive Judge Divina Luz P. Aquino-Simbulan for gross ignorance of the law, usurpation of official functions and violation of RA 3019 otherwise known as the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.


SC requires Pampanga judge to answer ‘extortion’ raps

SAN FERNANDO CITY, Pampanga -- The Supreme Court (SC) will require the executive judge here to answer the administrative and criminal charges filed against her by detained Globe Asiatique president Delfin Lee.

SC court administrator Jose Midas Marquez said he would look into Lee’s complaint against Judge Divina Luz Simbulan.


Wala akong violation kahit isa dito sa kasalukuyang detention cell ko.

Noong Octubre 29 taong kasalukuyan ako ay nakatanggap ng sulat na galing kay Hon. Judge Divina Luz P. Aquino-Simbulan,isa pong executive judge sa pampanga na walang kinalaman sa kaso ko. Ayon po sa sulat iminumungkahi po ni Hon. Judge Divina Luz P. Aquino-Simbulan na ako po ay ilipat sa BJMP Telabastagan, sa kadahilanang may mga tsismis at anonymous letters syang natangap na may special treatment ako at iba pa.




Globe Asiatique Twin Towers

2nd Flr. GA Tower 2 Condominium, EDSA, Boni Ave Mandaluyong City


The Enclave

Fil-Am Friendship Highway, Brgy. Pampang, Angeles City, Pampanga



Chateau Valenzuela

16 P Gregorio St. Barangay Lingunan Valenzuela City


Xevera Bacolor



Xevera Bacolor

Xevera Bacolor barangay Calibutbut Bacolor Pampanga


 Xevera Bacolor

Xevera Mabalacat

Xevera Mabalacat North Mc. Arthur Hiway Barangay Tabun Mabalacat Pampanga



Barangay Sapa Libutad Angeles City Pampanga


St. Monique Valais

Barangay Pantok and Darangan Binangonan Rizal