Family denies maid abuse
Mon, Sep 15, 2008
The Straits Times

STANLEY Kuah Kian Chong, 37, a bank executive, and his wife, Loke Phooi Ling, 37, face three and 32 charges of maid abuse respectively, while Loke's mother, Teng Chen Lian, 67, has six charges.

They are alleged to have caused hurt to Indonesian maid Susilawati Kusnata, now 26, between April and July last year at their Pasir Ris flat.

The investigation officer, Senior Staff Sergeant Eyo Eng Chuan, the first prosecution witness, seized a total of 25 exhibits from the flat which were tendered as case exhibits. These included a ladder, a water flask, plastic hangers and a toilet brush.


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