Housewife already charged with permanently damaging maid’s eyes now accused of giving her insufficient food

Housewife already charged with permanently damaging maid’s eyes now accused of giving her insufficient food

22/6/2021 11:42:00 AM

Housewife already charged with permanently damaging maid’s eyes now accused of giving her insufficient food

SINGAPORE — A 42-year-old woman, who was previously charged with multiple instances of abusing her domestic worker, was on Tuesday (June 22) hauled back to court and given two more charges of contravening work pass regulations.

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