INDONESIAN teenager Manohara Odelia Pinot yesterday lodged a police report against her husband, Kelantan prince Tengku Temenggong Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra, for alleged domestic violence and torture.
"Manohara lodged a police report against her husband Tengku Fakhry and seven others," Indonesian police spokesman Abu Bakar Nataprawira confirmed to the News Straits Times via telephone.
Manohara, 17, made a dramatic escape from Tengku Fakhry in Singapore to return to Jakarta on May 31.
Her alleged abuse by the prince made headline news in Indonesia and drew a huge public outcry.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono himself expressed concern over her plight and asked the Jakarta authorities to handle her case "well".
Manohara also went for a medical check-up yesterday at the Cipto Mangunkusuma Hospital where doctors allegedly found scars all over her body.
"The doctors found marks resembling cuts on her chest, believed to have been caused by a sharp object," Manohara's mother, Daisy Fajarina, said in another telephone interview.
"The doctor also found needle marks on her back," Daisy claimed.
Daisy broke down for a few seconds when going into details of what the doctors allegedly found.
"I am shocked and I am very sad," said Daisy.