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WOMAN TO HUSBAND’S ALLEGED MISTRESS: “VIXEN, GO & DIE”

A 53 year old woman, Xu Wenying was slapped with a fine of $10,800 for trespassing a condo of another woman whom she had believed was the mistress of her husband.

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She had also sprayed the woman’s shoes with paint and vandalised her door by scratching it.

Apart from committing the acts of vandalism, Xu had also wrote a note in Chinese and left it at the woman’s apartment saying:

“Vixen, steal other’s husband, go and die!”

Caught on CCTV footage

The incident happened on 25 Jan 2021.

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Xu had suspected that 47 year old Wang Hemei as involved in an affair with her husband and had engaged the services of a private investigator to uncover the truth.

Xu managed to find out Wang’s address through the works of the private investigator and went to her condo in Sembawang to with the written note and a can of spray paint.

She then tailgated a resident into the condo through the side gate at about 3pm, even though visitors to the condo were required to register their particulars with the guardhouse.

Once she gained access to the condo, she went up to Wang’s unit to commit her acts of vandalism, spray painting shoes left outside the unit, the gate and also the door.

She also used her car keys to scratch the door.

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Her actions were all recorded on CCTV cameras installed in the condo.

In total, her actions caused about $5,434 in damages.

Reported matter to Police

On returning home and upon discovery of what had been done to her unit, Wang reported the matter to the Police.

Xu was then caught and investigated by the Police and she did not want to pay for the damages that she had caused initially because she believed that whatever she had damaged were paid for by her husband.

However, she subsequently paid back the damages in full in July 2021.

Penalties

Xu could have gotten a jail term of up to two years and/or a fine for committing mischief.

For her act of criminal trespass, she could have gotten a jail term of up to three months and/or fined up to $1,500.

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