[Above: (From left) Tay, Yeo, Lee and Neo sharing a light moment at a press conference to promote Neo's latest firm on Friday.]
KUALA LUMPUR - Using his own experience, Singaporean filmmaker Jack Neo told his fans not to assume things done in the dark will remain undetected.
"Everybody knows about my present predicament. Before the matter came to light, I seemed to be putting all the messages in my movies as if to remind myself about my own actions in an attempt to avoid retribution.
"But, now I want to tell everyone that just because you are doing things in the dark, do not assume you can escape the consequences. Once discovered, the consequences will be especially disastrous," he said.
Hundreds had turned up to catch Neo in person at a meet-the-fans session to promote his latest movie Being Huma at Fiesta Street, Sungei Wang Plaza yesterday.
His stint here was accompanied by main cast members of the movie, Singaporean comedian-host Mark Lee, Johor-born actress Yeo Yann Yann and Kuantan native Michelle Tay.
Neo apologised to his fans for the mistakes he had committed.
He had recently hit the news for allegedly being involved with several Singaporean starlets.
"I'd like to take the opportunity to thank you all for your continuous support. I did wrong and I've let you down.
"I hope everybody can forgive me and continue to support my movies. I know there's no point saying too much now. Time will show that I'm now a new man. I hope to demonstrate my sincerity with a good production," he said.