37-year-old Singaporean model and DJ, Debbie Valerie Tenashar Long, otherwise known as DJ Tenashar, was charged on 7 September with the forging of a document.
She had allegedly filed a letter in court with the name and title of “Lucien Wong” and “Attorney General” in the signature.
The document had allegedly stated that Attorney General Lucien Wong had given his consent for court proceedings for contempt of court to begin.
However, details of the forged document were not mentioned in the court documents.
Long is set to undergo psychiatric observation at the Institute of Mental Health and she is currently in remand; her case is scheduled for another hearing on 21 September.
If she is convicted of using a forged document and passing it off as an authentic document, she faces a jail term of up to 10 years as well as a fine.
Previously jailed for drugs
DJ Tenashar, also known as Debbie Valerie Tenashar Long, was previously sentenced to 18 months of jail back in 2019 after being convicted of 9 charges (including drug-related ones), and another 10 charges for theft and harassment were taken into consideration during sentencing.
Long was previously jailed 18 months for numerous offences that included drug consumption and she was released early from prison in 2019, where she was subjected to a remission order where she was supposed to stay out of trouble from 29 May to 25 November 2019.
She reportedly reoffended during that time period and failed to report for a urine test.
Because she breached the order, she has to serve an additional 72 days of jail.
Left Singapore illegally
Long also unlawfully left Singapore on 4 July 2019 without the approval of her supervision officer, she then returned to Singapore three days later.
She had apparently left Singapore despite being reminded repeatedly to seek approval from CNB.
Also, Long had recorded a video in CNB’s office at Jurong Police Divisional HQ, which is a protected place.