The 18-year-old girl was involved in running harassments jobs for a loan shark and she went to a door to collect debts and filmed a video to “leave a certificate”. As a result, she dug her own grave and was arrested and charged.
Shin Min Daily reported that the police issued a statement that they received a harassment case on the 15th of August, involving a flat at Block 837 Tampines Street 83.
The unit was splashed with thinner, and there was a debt collection document written in red marker pen, stating that “you owe money to pay, this is the last warning”, and left Ah Long’s phone number.
Police officers from Bedok Police Division unveiled the identity of an 18-year-old girl through investigation and access to police video footage. They arrested her on the 17th and seized a mobile phone.
It is reported that the girl shot the picture of the thinner splashed and sent it to the victim, which scared the victim to call the police immediately.
Trisha Amelynna Bte Muhammed Faizal, 18, was charged with one count under the Moneylenders Act.
According to the charge, she ran errands for a man named “Siao Kia” (Crazy Man), and came to the above-mentioned unit at about 5 o’clock in the evening on the 15th.
The prosecution pointed out that the girl believed that she was involved in many similar cases, and requested that she be remanded at the Bedok Police Station and be taken out to assist in the investigation. The case was approved by the judge and the case was held until the 26th.
If convicted, first-time offenders face a fine of between $5,000 and $50,000, as well as up to five years in prison and up to six strokes of the cane.