In a gut-wrenching tale of deceit and betrayal, a foreign couple in Malaysia finds themselves entangled in a nightmarish situation after being tricked into signing away their 3-year-old child’s rights by their employers, a local couple doubling as babysitters, according to World of Buzz.
This heart-wrenching story unfolds a saga of lies, deception, and a desperate fight to reclaim what is rightfully theirs.
The Deceptive Babysitting License
Counsellor in training, Mega Murthi, brought this tragic incident to light on her TikTok account. The local couple, entrusted with babysitting the foreign couple’s child, exploited their vulnerability.
Under the guise of obtaining a babysitting license for foreigners, the local couple manipulated the unsuspecting parents into signing adoption papers, slyly robbing them of their parental rights.
The foreign couple, hailing from India, placed their trust in the local couple who claimed the signed documents were necessary for emergency hospital visits. The couple, working in a foreign land, believed in the legitimacy of the ‘babysitting license’ process, only to later discover the horrifying truth.
As time went by, the local couple not only denied access to the child but also evicted the foreign couple from their living quarters. Left with nowhere to turn, the devastated parents sought refuge at a Hindu temple, contemplating a tragic end to their lives.
Mega Murthi’s Intervention
Mega Murthi, upon learning of this dire situation, intervened to prevent a devastating outcome. She is actively supporting the foreign couple, bringing attention to their plight both offline and online, seeking assistance from legal channels to reunite them with their child.
Allegedly, the local couple has been conditioning the child to reject her biological parents. Reports suggest that during a police station encounter, the child, influenced by the local couple, expressed a reluctance to be with her birth parents, branding them as “bad people.”
The foreign couple, assisted by Mega Murthi, has filed reports at the Ampang Jaya and Sentul police stations. Currently, they are seeking legal assistance from the Indian embassy to navigate the complexities of the legal battle and reclaim their child from the clutches of deception.