Ex-telco CEO arrested for allegedly trespassing ex-wife’s house

Ex-telco CEO arrested for allegedly trespassing ex-wife's house

16.5.2019

Ex-telco CEO arrested for allegedly trespassing ex-wife's house

PETALING JAYA: A former telco CEO and local musician has been arrested by the police for allegedly trespassing his ex-wife’s house.

It was understood that the individual was arrested between 5.30pm and 7pm, after he was called in for questioning at the Hulu Kelang police station on Thursday (May 16).

The ruckus ended after a security guard, who heard the commotion, intervened.

"Yes there is such a case. It was for trespassing," he said.

Read more: The Star

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