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Cops probe east coast politician after molest report by friend's wife

The woman claims the incident took place last year but she feared lodging a report as it involved a politician.

21/3/2021 9:20:00 AM

The woman claims the incident took place last year but she feared lodging a report as it involved a politician. FMTNews PDRM

The woman claims the incident took place last year but she feared lodging a report as it involved a politician.

By-March 21, 2021 2:19 PMThe woman told Ampang Jaya police she did not want relations between the families to be affected.PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating an “influential” politician from the east coast for allegedly molesting a woman last year when he spent the night at her family home in Kuala Lumpur.

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Ampang Jaya district police chief Mohamad Farouk Eshak said the 48-year-old woman lodged a police report on March 16, stating that she was molested by the suspect around July or August last year.She told police the suspect was a good friend of her husband, adding that the man and his wife had decided to stay over at their place after visiting them the day before the incident.

“The following morning, when she was asleep in the living room on the first floor, she woke up suddenly when she felt someone kissing her and rubbing her breasts.“When the suspect realised she was awake, he quickly went downstairs and left the house with his wife,” the victim told police. headtopics.com

She told police she had been afraid to lodge a report all this while as she was worried it would disrupt the relationship between both the families.Police said the woman stated she was unsure of what action to take because the suspect was an influential politician from a state in the east coast.

No arrest has been made so far. Read more: Free Malaysia Today »

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