28 May 2019
Read Jason Lo’s side of the story.
I thought long and hard about this. To my kids, I fear this will forever become one of my greatest regrets – to have reached such a sorry state of affairs as to find myself responding to the madness of the court of public opinion. I promise you I tried my best to hold-off with all my strength, and I am as tired of all this anger and silliness as much as you are, but it’s a new age; and for your protection, I will try my best to put an end to this and do what’s right.
Forgive me, but I want you to not read anything below, until your are 18. It’s your choice but that is my wish and I hope you will trust me k? ..That goes for your friends too!
In all sincerity and in good faith.
I have never gone public about my divorce. After the events last week – getting the front page treatment from the Star – This is where I will draw my line in the sand.
The Star has, most indecently and irresponsibly printed a front-page story, a ‘scoop’, or an ‘exposé’, in a vicious attempt to destroy the lives, welfare and livelihood of my family, but here is the thing – to say it was by any measure, “false reporting”, “omitting key facts”, writing “fiction” or “bias” etc. would be an understatement.
The Star allowed themselves to become a tool used by a woman who lost all six of her cases brought about in the Syariah court over a 4 –year divorce period, where she began to lie and deceive.
What I am about to tell you here is just the truth. I ask for you to consider that this is a sad story of a broken family. Below was attempt to ‘bait’, or ‘blackmail’ a response from me.
So this is long after investigations which were Concluded in a Court of Law by a High Court Judge and years of evidence being presented. After all that, what ‘opportunity’ do the innocent require from the Star to reprove a court ruling? I couldn’t quite understand what this was.
I did not respond, I respond only to the Officers at PDRM.
The next day, another ‘Ultimatum’. Who are these thugs?
Since the interest in this case has now inflated to ‘cuckoo’ level, here are facts and some vital, and omitted(for some reason) details which show the malicious and underhanded modus operandi of the Star’s Front page reporting line, which shames all the good and decent reporters in Malaysia who actually try to do their jobs properly and with integrity. – Real Journalists.
EXCLUSIVE:PETALING JAYA: The arrest of a former telco chief executive officer last week for alleged trespass and threats against his ex-wife and her family was just the tip of the iceberg.
Icebergs are mostly underwater. The Star suggesting the “Tip”, meaning 80% more is unseen. This is an unfair remark as I have committed no crime. Interestingly, there was no mention of WHY I was there to Trespass in the first place. It wasn’t because I was buying shoes.
I followed my Investigating Officer’s (IO) advice and got a covering report from the Police to go and get my 9-year old son – who was taken for what was to be a 1-night sleepover with his mother. This was last Deepavali. He was never returned for school the next day. His phone was not working. I couldn’t reach him or his mother that entire time.
Days went by, weeks, I filed missing persons reports and had have not seen or heard from him for over 7 months. He has not been back to school. I do not know his status. He has human rights and rights under the Child’s Act and Education Act. He is missing. I have not seen him or contacted him in all that time. No explanation has been given. The mother even changed houses without informing anyone.
Imagine losing a child with no explanation. Imagine trying to patiently contact the mother, her husband and my son but to total radio silence. I had no proof of life. I have joint custody, and he was gone. The year before he was also taken for Christmas Holidays with no contact either. I sent dozens of emails to JKM, PDRM, and was eventually advised to go to the house, which me and my 2 daughters discovered by chance.
I made a post report after me and my girls could not even meet him. In it, I stated that the gate was unlocked and the sliding door was open and my youngest daughter was with me and heard me say “It’s unlocked”. I wanted to see my son. I am his father and he was kidnapped. I didn’t even know if he was alive. Do you know how traumatic it is for a child to simply vanish from his home? I give my ex open access but she has already burned her relationship with the girls by constantly trying to brainwash them.
You may refer to Dr.Edward Chan, the President of the Malaysian Association of Psycotherapists, or Dr. Shieila at HKL, who evaluated the children, also Pn.Isnawati at JKM, Pn.Shearil at JKM, and PDRM. These allegations have been investigated several times.
Why did the Star leave all this out? Is this not an important and vital piece of ‘research’? What is the motive behind such obvious one-sided reporting? This is disgusting and deplorable and involves my children.
Let’s call this ‘Act 1’.
“He was released on police bail on Sunday, a day before his four-day remand ended.”
– I went in on the 16th voluntarily. So that’s Day 1. Add a day – 17th – Day 2. 18th Day 3. Released on the 19th is Day 4. This is my understanding. Shall we call this Act 2? I could be mistaken but the Magistrate said 19th and that was the day my remand ended. I am uncertain as to what the Star is suggesting.
“The trail goes back four years when the mother, suspecting something amiss, brought her two daughters to a licensed counsellor in 2015.”
So ‘Something amiss’? This statement is False. – My ex wanted a counsellor/cum ‘healer’ who came to the house regularly. I don’t know what ‘License’ he has, or what the Star is referring to. Nicholas was called in by Ann as a ‘couples counselor’. There was absolutely nothing to suggest otherwise. He is the author of “Our Present Day Universe Is like a Japanese Porn Star”. So, forgive me if I was somewhat reluctant to partake in whatever program my ex wished to explore with this person. In the end, I believe I was right to stay away from him as he later encouraged the filming of my children during the divorce. Heartbreaking to see my kids being told to speak up and made to feel guilty when they ‘vanished’ and couldn’t go to the beach with me.
Once divorce proceedings began, suddenly Nicholas here became qualified and ‘Licensed’ to check for sexual abuse? Is he a Psychotherapist? Psychologist? Psychiatrist? I think the Star needs to clarify what ‘License’ this person has if he is looking at my children’s privates. – ‘Act 3. ok?
“the session, the children graphically recount some of the things their father allegedly did to them.”
I finally saw this ‘video’ and don’t understand what the Star is ‘graphically’ implying because after many years of my ex claiming “I have proof. Damaging evidence…etc.” – I saw my poor 8-year old with a ‘counselor’ (My ex’s school Friend) and I believe my ex’s husband, filming my daughter. In it I recall hearing the mother saying: ”ok, tell us just like you did last night…go on…” My daughter was not looking comfortable and mumbled something along the lines of “Well, daddy, me, sis and bro, in bed on holiday in Penang..”
Mother: “..Yes, and then…was Daddy naked?”
Daughter: “He was wearing a shirt…then..I ..think his Penis…something.. my hand..”
I said STOP! We stopped the ‘video’, I turned to my ex when I saw this in the court and said: “We DO NOT use the word “PENIS” in our household! Where did she learn this word from?”
This claim is evil. I do not know of the event and am pretty sure I don’t ‘sleep-molest’ either. This was awful for a child to grow up hearing and we filed affidavits during the divorce with testimonies on this horrific rubbish. I have no words to describe the absurdity of this appearing on the front page of the Star. What is the objective? To use such power so stupidly and to mess with my kids after what our family has been through is unacceptable and I will not tolerate this. They already have been bombarded with new friend requests by the hundreds and they are at an age where kids can read the front page and be cruel and what the hell is the Star thinking? Are you a court of law now? This is the most dangerous thing I have ever seen done by anyone. And you boast that your legal team cleared this? ‘Act 4’ – reckless abuse and completely negligent to the trauma and emotional damage caused.
In the session, the children graphically recount some of the things their father allegedly did to them.” –
I think “graphically recount” is being used to “graphically imply” some ‘graphical nonsense’ which, strangely enough, would have been seen by the Royal Police, yes? Graphically. I’m certain if it was ‘Graphic enough’, something would have been done about it – like an arrest?. Is the Star suggesting a crime occurred and JKM/PDRM didn’t act? Or does the Star have locus standi on cases involving the filming of 8-year olds when neither a judge, nor qualified ‘counsellor’, nor licensed psychiatric professional are present. Sounds pretty ‘graphic’, why don’t you just save us all the hassle and print these ‘things’ instead of alluding to them being just ‘graphic’? You are the Star! – ‘Act 5’, disgustingly suggesting I ‘did something’ to my kids. What the hell are you implying? Putting the wrong conditioner in their hair?
“Wong also filed an affidavit with the Kuala Lumpur Syariah Court on May 8, 2015, during the couple’s custody hearing, in which he testified that the 10-year-old had told him that her father came to her bed and laid down beside her, then put his penis into her hand.” –
So is this the made up story in Lone Pine Resort Penang? Or another one in my daughters bed? I do lay down with the kids to tell bedtime stories. Unfortunately for the Star, I do not put my Penis in anyone’s hand but my own, and that’s just if I am parked wrongly. Did your Editor actually think “Good..put that one in. We’ll worry about reality later.” ? – Let’s call this ‘Act 6’ because I’m not sure I even recall this testimony at all now that I think about it. Did you for once ever stop to consider the brainwashing or manipulation of a child? Do you know what Kind of guilt and trauma you open up in Children? I have a video where my child is clearly factually manipulated to say words put in her mouth. What is the objective of the Star to print this joke? Who closes cases in Malaysia? Doesn’t a Judge make a ruling? Is the Star ‘Licensed’ to dig up any old report and put it on the Front cover? Do you know how irresponsible that is to those who are innocent?
“This woke her up and when she told her father that this made her uncomfortable, he told her to keep it a secret” –
This is an atrocious continuation of a piece of fiction. Did you talk to my daughters? No. The real doctors did. 3 times over 4 years. No, there is no Stockholm Syndrome, I don’t need to manipulate anyone. I offered to help the mother with her relationship with the children but was ignored. Do you know how traumatized my children have been? How much we have tried to have a normal life and enjoy a Holliday or even a school trip without there being some issue? I do not have ‘secrets’ with my children. I respect them as people and even if they wanted to stay with their mother, I would respect that. I did not fight for their rights and freedoms just so I could take it away from them. I respect their freedom, even if it means them moving away. Their happiness is the most important thing to me and I am not totalitarian or narrow minded. So why is the Star compounding this singular message again, when real doctors and Psychotherapists did real work. Did your ‘research’ include these Doctors? Or did you use Google? Let’s call this ‘Act 7’ – Blatant disregard for IQ.
“In September 2015, the ex-wife lodged another police report at the Pantai police station.
According to this police report, a copy of which The Star has seen, the younger daughter had complained of abdominal pain and nausea to a nurse at
The nurse then brought the child to Pantai Hospital for a medical examination, and the doctor there referred the case to the University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) for further tests.”
This one is shocking!
The Star has ‘SEEN’ it? Did they forget to ‘READ’ it? This is factually inaccurate, omitting, details, – serious details. Why?
– This is all from documented evidence with the School, the hospitals and the Pediatrician, Malaysia’s best one in the country. Here are actual FACTS:
1 The school nurse emailed me to say that my youngest daughter had abdominal Pain. I am the primary caregiver.
2 I, as in myself, asked my staff to bring her to Pantai Hospital after the mother was AWOL for 2 months. I told her that I would see them there as I was in the middle of a meeting in Klia. – So NO. The nurse did NOT bring my daughter to Pantai. This is false. What is the Star up to with these untrue statements? ‘Act 8’- illiterate, ignorant.
3 I then sent a message to my Ex, informing her that my daughter was unwell if she wanted to see her at Pantai. Why? Because I respect the rights of her mother to be informed if our child is sick.
4 My ex – herself, then went to Pantai first, asked my staff to leave the room and spoke with the Doctors. Bizarrely she had my daughter discharged without my knowledge. Maybe she was concerned that Pantai was not up to caring for my daughter. – Did the Star not know of this? It was in my Police report. Or are we only reading reports from a single party? Is that balanced journalism? – ‘Act 9’
5 She then moved my daughter to UMMC and told my staff not to tell me where she was. ‘Act 10’ – Pantai, private hospital referral to government hospital? She was taken there by my ex.
6 I eventually found out and I was livid. I went to UM, spoke to the Docs – My daughter had been investigated and had things prodded and god knows what. The docs told me what my ex alleged and there were even police guards outside the room but they could not stop me from getting her the hell out of there. It was discovered that she had a UTI, urinary tract infection in the end, but the psychological damage was done. She was only 8 for God’s sakes.
Why the hell does your “get it right” reporting omit that the top Pediatrician in Malaysia told us the facts, concluded that it was a UTI, ie – NOT whatever you pervs hoped, yet you can dare to make a claim with half a story and omit the final medical conclusion? ‘Act 11’. – No UTI mentioned.
“The UMMC team advised the mother to lodge the police report as they suspected the child had been molested by an “unknown person”
This is seriously appalling – ‘Act 12’. So the Star just writes any old thing or literally makes shit up on the front page. – One of the most severely distressing pieces of ‘research’ claims I have ever seen. You are extremely Irresponsible and reckless. This is not Game of Thrones play day and I suggest your management get counseling from the author of ‘The Universe is like a Japanese Porn Star’ (who may be the only one who can save your souls now) and leave my kids alone because your have clearly lost the plot and have dragged others into your sick garbage. I will be formally asking for this ‘evidence’ of UMMC ‘advising’ to lodge this report, and ‘Who’ exactly suspected this ‘molestation’ by an unknown person.
You see, I happen to have this: A Discharge Summary: Which states the reason for admission is that “Mother expressed concerns that child may have been sexually abused”. However, “Child did not make any disclosure”.
You are bloody disgusting.
“In 2017, the mother lodged another report after her younger daughter allegedly told her that their father had molested her and her elder sister at various locations, including at his home.”
Does the Star make a habit of publishing police reports which have been investigated with no further action because they think JKM or PDRM don’t do their job? There are a lot of ‘allegedly’ words here. So why don’t you print some of my police reports? Are you ‘allegedly’ trying to destroy innocent people? Allegedly reckless. What is your purpose Star front page? ‘Act 13’ – Police reports from only 1 party is enough?
My kids have been subjected to brainwashing, put in a chair and told repeatedly “Daddy is a bad man, he touched you…etc.”. I never claimed to be father of the year, but I love my kids more than anything in the world. And no, not in you sick fetish way you pricks. What has possessed you to get it this wrong? I mean, this is ridiculous.
“The mother also lodged a police report last November after her son allegedly told her that he had been forced to sleep in the nude beside his father”
Act 14 – FALSE. I actually have to FORCE Jack to put clothes ON for goodness sake and he returns farts in my face and dances on the balcony naked too. Does that make the front page too?
What is really disgusting is how you gloat and boast and claim that you were so ‘careful’ to ‘get it right’, yet you don’t even know that the IPO expired in 2017. It lasted only 1 week! That is ‘Act 15’ – let’s call it, clueless. There was no action in it because my ex and her new hubby were having their wedding at the time. If they were so concerned that the children, (who I sent to attend the wedding by the way) were being molested, then surely they would have executed the IPO. I guess the wedding was more important than the ‘allegedly sexually abused’ children eh? If you ‘researched’ with logic and common sense, which you obviously possess none of, you would have realized this peculiarity. Then again I can’t blame you because you think a 2017 IPO ran out this year.
You know, for a moment I thought this actually could have been one big ‘Gotcha’, because it is so scathing and your championing of yourselves as ‘Journalists’ who did ‘research’, is so embarrassingly comical in the face of the destruction of real lives, that I am in utter disbelief at your ego polishing.
Look at your irresponsible remarks. So this is a 2-pronged attack? “Long consultations”? “Emotive passages removed”? You didn’t even state why I happened to trespass! Ie – the literal abduction and kidnapping of my son! Why? Has the Star got some personal agenda against me and my family? Or against printing facts?
This is indescribable. I’ve never seen such a thing. – It’s not just 1 or 2 ‘little things’ you got wrong guys, capped by your self gloating and boasting about your ‘scoop’.. This is not the school playground. What the hell are you doing? What is the purpose of the Star’s assault here? I want answers and demand accountability. Not irresponsible burping of what you believe is Newsworthy.
You saw a video? I saw a video too. Why were there not arrests then? Are you one of the people who believe that the quantity of police reports made correlates to some form of factual proof? Better than the quality of a single report? Are you implying that a) PDRM/JKM we’re closed? Or b) Someone paid someone off? Like the last reporter? Or c) Previous cases and prior investigations have not been conducted properly by the Royal Police, Inspectors, Magistrates and Judges? Is that where you take it upon yourselves to recklessly spin to sell?
How can the Star be so unjust, uninformed and unfair to report such a thing which can influence or incite stupid actions. I make no claim to being perfect, but do you know that I am actually really very genuinely innocent of your violently scathing claims? I keep to myself but I will stand up against bullies and will protect my children from such recklessness no matter who the hell you think you are.
Clearly the Star do not know what a Police report is. Or what Human Rights Violations are. Or what happens when you make the biggest front-page screw up in publishing history. You have my attention and I am going to bring justice to you because my kids have been bombarded by strangers on social media in the hundreds while you keep up your self-praise and repulsive gloating. Reading your post is horrific. You should be arrested for your stupidity and risking the lives and tormenting us with your bullshit.
I am not a great journalist like you think you are. What I have listed are FACTS, they are corroborated by agencies, Police, Child Welfare Services, etc. These are all documented historically and true. They have gone through real professionals, ie grown-ups.
The Star went big on the front page! I applaud risk taking, but not the way lemmings take risks. You think it was daring and bold but unfortunately it was also untrue. So pat yourselves on your back for endangering my family and abusing the trust placed in you to report the TRUTH. Your ego put the jobs of so many people at risk. My mother’s blood pressure has been off the charts and she has been crying for days, because of your stupidity and ‘fake news’. – I never thought I’d be this close to agreeing with Donald Trump.
I am angry. When I’m angry I write long articles. So I am pretty pissed with your diabolical and destructive reporting causing extreme trauma on myself and my family by you sick and twisted people. Do you think everyone is stupid? Your editor, legal team, Directors of your board, your CEO, Shareholders and any affiliates and bloggers who propagate your absolute disgrace to the profession of Journalism will each answer according to the Laws of our country, with a severity the likes of which I will dedicate my attention to change Journalism so that no one else will ever have to endure such horrifying attacks with intent to destroy innocent lives ever again.
Do not forget how this began in that this is about my missing son! Vital information you ignored and purposely omitted. My son is only 9 years old, and I have not seen or spoken to him or held him or played fortnight with him or laughed with him for over 7 months. His sisters miss him and we love him. I will not fail my kids.
I am a father and I hold you accountable for your irresponsible actions and am ready to break the wheel.
You have my attention.
Former telco CEO threatens to sue Star over molest claims
Police are ready to re-investigate the former telco CEO who is said to have sexually abused his daughter.
Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said in the previous investigations against the man, the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) classified the case as No Further Action (NFA) as there was no solid evidence.
“Usually when the decision comes out as NFA, it is because there is no solid evidence. (In the CEO’s case) there were evidence, but not enough to implicate him if he’s charged in court.
“However, police are ready to find or receive fresh evidence. If there are new convincing evidence, of course the AGC will consider a charge,” he said in a media conference at Bukit Aman today.
Federal Criminal Investigation Department chief Uzir Mohamed said since 2013, police had received 17 police reports from the woman against the man.
In light of the recent case, police are reviewing the previous reports.
“The reviews are being done by the Bukit Aman Sexual, Women and Child Investigations Division (D11) principal assistant director Assistant Commissioner Choo Lily.
“We will discuss it in the meeting today for the next course of action,” Uzir said.
He added that police are still investigating the alleged trespassing and issuing of a death threat against his ex wife.
26 May 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: Police will reopen the case involving a telecommunications company CEO who was accused of molesting his daughters.
Federal police sexual, women and children’s investigation division principal assistant director Assistant Commissioner Choo Lily said the case, previously classified as NFA (no further action), would be reviewed thoroughly to obtain a clearer picture on what transpired.
She said her department was previously told that the case could not proceed to the prosecution stage due to lack of evidence.
“The case was shelved temporarily as prosecutors claimed there were not enough statements, which prevented it from proceeding further in court.
“As to why it was explained as thus (not enough statements), I am unsure as I have yet to get the full details of the case.
“Further investigations will be carried out,” she said, adding that she could not comment further on the case as it had been classified as confidential, and there was also a lack of additional information.
She said the case had occurred before she took over the position.
25 May 2019
EXCLUSIVE:PETALING JAYA: The arrest of a former telco chief executive officer last week for alleged trespass and threats against his ex-wife and her family was just the tip of the iceberg.
The Star has learnt that his ex-wife has lodged at least 15 police reports since 2015, after the couple had divorced, alleging he had also molested and outraged the modesty of their children.
The former CEO was arrested at the Hulu Kelang police station last Thursday after he allegedly trespassed into his ex-wife’s home and issued a death threat the day before.
He was released on police bail on Sunday, a day before his four-day remand ended.
Bukit Aman Sexual, Women and Child Investigations Division (D11) principal assistant director Asst Comm Choo Lily confirmed that D11 had conducted investigations into these previous reports.
She said the cases were classified as NFA (No Further Action) after consultation with the deputy public prosecutors (DPPs) involved.
“Some of these cases were classified as NFA by the DPP due to lack of evidence.
“Others were mainly reports over custody of their children.
“But if there is any new evidence or allegations, of course the case would be re-looked at,” she said.
The earlier police reports, copies of which The Star has obtained, contained allegations by the mother that their children had been molested by their own father.
Based on one of these reports, lodged in 2017, D11 applied for an interim protection order for the ex-wife and their children under Section 14 of the Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017.
This interim protection order was granted on Nov 14, 2017, by a Magistrate’s Court in Kuala Lumpur, but under Section 4 of the Domestic Violence Act 1994.
However, that order expired last December and in March this year, the investigation was classified as NFA as the Social Welfare Department said investigations into the matter had been completed.
The Star has reached out to the former CEO for his side of the story, but there has been no response as at press time.
A spokesperson for the Social Welfare Department confirmed the case was classified as NFA when contacted by The Star, but could not provide further information due to the need for confidentiality.
The trail goes back four years when the mother, suspecting something amiss, brought her two daughters to a licensed counsellor in 2015.
This counselling session was recorded on video, which The Star has seen.
In the session, the children graphically recount some of the things their father allegedly did to them.
The counsellor, Wong Kah Peng aka Nicholas Wong, subsequently advised the mother to lodge a police report after hearing the accounts of the two girls, who were aged eight and 10 at the time.
Wong also filed an affidavit with the Kuala Lumpur Syariah Court
on May 8, 2015, during the couple’s custody hearing, in which he testified that the 10-year-old had told him that her father came to her bed and laid down beside her, then put his penis into her hand.
This woke her up and when she told her father that this made her uncomfortable, he told her to keep it a secret.
These allegations were present in the video The Star saw, though the daughter added that it might have been an accident.
Wong, in his affidavit, wrote that he was always ready to speak out in court as he had a responsibility under the law to report any immoral activities done to children.
A spokesperson for the Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO), an NGO that supports survivors of domestic violence and other forms of gender-
based violence, confirmed that it had provided services to the mother at this time.
However, WAO could not provide any more information, citing confidentiality.
In September 2015, the ex-wife lodged another police report at the Pantai police station.
According to this police report, a copy of which The Star has seen, the younger daughter had complained of abdominal pain and nausea to a nurse at the international school she was attending.
The nurse then brought the child to Pantai Hospital for a medical examination, and the doctor there referred the case to the University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) for further tests.
The UMMC team advised the mother to lodge the police report as they suspected the child had been molested by an “unknown person”.In 2017, the mother lodged another report after her younger daughter allegedly told her that their father had molested her and her elder sister at various locations, including at his home.
The mother also lodged a police last November after her son allegedly told her that he had been forced to sleep in the nude beside his father.The Star has learnt that the two girls are currently still staying with their father, while the boy is with the mother.
20 May 2019
Former telco CEO released on bail Sunday (May 20)
PETALING JAYA: The former telco CEO and local musician who was arrested for allegedly trespassing into his ex-wife’s house has been granted bail.
Ampang Jaya district deputy police chief Supt Mohd Zaid Hassan said that the suspect was released on bail on Sunday (May 19).
On May 15, the suspect had a spat with his ex-wife at her house.
It is alleged that he broke down the front door of the house and issued a death threat to her.
The individual reportedly has a history of drug and domestic abuse problems.
It was previously reported that the suspect was arrested between 5.30pm and 7pm on May 16 after he was called in for questioning at the Hulu Kelang police station.
Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat confirmed the arrest was for trespassing.
It was also reported that he was remanded for four days by the police to assist investigations.
17 May 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a musician for allegedly trespassing his ex-wife’s house.
He is also a former talk show host and the former head of a telecommunications company.
In a news report today, a source close to the case said that the police were investigating him under Section 448 of the Penal Code.
He was arrested between 5.30pm and 7pm yesterday for questioning at the Hulu Klang Police Station.
The father of three was alleged to have broken the front door of his ex-wife’s house and issued her a death threat following a verbal spat between them.
The spat ended after a security guard intervened.
He is reported to have a history of drug and domestic abuse problems.
Selangor CID chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Fadzil Ahmat confirmed the arrest.
“Yes there is such a case. It was for trespassing,” he said.
He will be remanded for four days to assist investigations.
16 May 2019
Ex-telco CEO arrested for alleged death threats against ex-wife and family, trespass
PETALING JAYA: A former telco CEO and local musician has been arrested by the police for allegedly trespassing his ex-wife’s house.
It was understood that the individual was arrested between 5.30pm and 7pm, after he was called in for questioning at the Hulu Kelang police station on Thursday (May 16).
A source close to the case said that the police were investigating the individual under Section 448 of the Penal Code, after he had trespassed into his ex-wife’s home and issued a death threat.
There have been violent outbursts from the individual, a father of three, where he had broken the front door of his ex-wife’s house, and began a verbal spat.
The ruckus ended after a security guard, who heard the commotion, intervened.
The individual has reportedly a history of drug and domestic abuse problems.
Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat, when contacted, confirmed the arrest.
“Yes there is such a case. It was for trespassing,” he said.
It is learnt that the individual is being remanded for four days by the police to assist investigations.