In a statement posted on its social media accounts, the station said Bordador did not show signs of drug involvement in the workplace.
“Police authorities have filed charges against Ms. Bordador, and we trust that the ongoing investigation will bring out the truth,” it added.
Bordador and her boyfriend Emilio Lim, an alleged supplier of “party drugs in upscale clubs in the metro, were arrested in a buy-bust operation at a condo unit in Pasig City last week.
Arresting officers said it was Bordador who took from a suitcase ecstasy pills which she gave to Lim in a transaction with an undercover policemen.
RX 93.1 said it was not condoning drug use by any of its staff and condemned the use of illegal substances.
“Over several decades, RX 93.1 has built a reputation as a responsible, multi-awarded broadcast institution. We thank our listeners for their loyalty, and we assure the public that we will continue to be worthy of its trust and support,” it added.