Woman gets jail for punching, kicking domestic helper, trying to delete CCTV footage of incident

26/5/2022 10:39:00 AM

Enraged when her domestic helper said she wanted to quit, the woman rained blows on the victim's head and body while the latter sobbed on the floor.

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Enraged when her domestic helper said she wanted to quit, the woman rained blows on the victim's head and body while the latter sobbed on the floor.

Jean Iau The Straits Times May 25, 2022 Enraged when her domestic helper said she wanted to quit, the woman rained blows on the victim's head and body while the latter sobbed on the floor. After the assault, knowing that the Myanmar national would make a police report, Chinese national Bai Yihong, 34, told her to think about her children and said that if things blew up, she would not be allowed work in Singapore. The victim's name was redacted in court documents. Read more at stomp.straitstimes.com

May 25, 2022The victim's name was redacted in court documents.On one occasion, Bai shoved her into a storeroom causing her to hit her head against the wall, after she was unhappy with the way the helper did the laundry.She told Bai she wanted to quit.

While Hai told Bai to leave initially, she later joined Bai in pulling the victim's arm to drag her out of the flat. The maid resisted and Bai assaulted her again, including kicking and punching her head repeatedly.After the assault, the victim's lips were bleeding. Bai thought of a cover-up story to explain to the agent. She also told Mr Chua to call his sisters to delete the CCTV footage of the incident.

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Posted on 26 May 2022 | 331 views | 2 comments Jean Iau The Straits Times May 25, 2022 Enraged when her domestic helper said she wanted to quit, the woman rained blows on the victim's head and body while the latter sobbed on the floor.Copy to clipboard https://str.LinkedIn A kid in Hong Kong had a harrowing day when he accidentally knocked over a 1.LinkedIn SINGAPORE: Just one day after employing a domestic helper, a woman jabbed the maid's head and punched her when she could not understand an instruction.

After the assault, knowing that the Myanmar national would make a police report, Chinese national Bai Yihong, 34, told her to think about her children and said that if things blew up, she would not be allowed work in Singapore. The victim's name was redacted in court documents. After the assault, knowing that the Myanmar national would make a police report, Chinese national Bai Yihong, 34, told her to think about her children and that if things blew up, she would not be allowed work in Singapore. Bai, who was unemployed at the time and later diagnosed with a major depressive episode and schizophrenia, was jailed for eight months and six weeks on Wednesday (May 25) for the assault and for subsequently trying to get her in-laws to delete CCTV footage of the incident. In the photos, a little boy could be seen staring in dismay at the yellow Teletubby Laa-Laa, which was in pieces on the floor. Deputy Public Prosecutor Claire Poh told the court that this was not Bai's first assault on the 31-year-old, who worked for the family in their Hougang flat for about a year from November 2019. Bai, who was unemployed at the time and later diagnosed with a major depressive episode and schizophrenia, was jailed for eight months and six weeks on Wednesday (May 25) for the assault and for trying to get her in-laws to delete CCTV footage of the incident. On one occasion, Bai shoved her into a storeroom causing her to hit her head against the wall, after she was unhappy with the way the helper did the laundry. Hai, then 57, was in December last year fined S$3,000 for helping her daughter drag the victim out of the flat.

The abuse culminated on the morning of Nov 6, 2020, after the maid stayed the night at Bai's in-law's flat in the same block as she had felt sick, and Bai was afraid she would infect her infant son. On one occasion, Bai shoved her into a storeroom causing her to hit her head against the wall after she was unhappy with the way the helperdid laundry. When he returned, he saw his son looking at the smashed Teletubby. Bai's husband, Mr Chua Bee Seng, her mother, Hai Yulan, then 57, Mr Chua's parents, Bai's infant son and the helper were in the in-law's living room when Bai went up to the flat at about 9.20am to get the helper, who did not want to leave the flat. Bai's husband, Mr Chua Bee Seng, her mother, Hai Yulan, then 57, Mr Chua's parents, Bai's infant son and the helper were in the in-law's living room when Bai went up to the flat at about 9. She told Bai she wanted to quit.” KK plus’ staff apparently told the boy’s parents that their son was seen kicking the Teletubby, causing it to tip over. When the maid started crying, Bai shouted at and threatened her, saying she would accuse her of theft. She told Bai she wanted to quit. PREVIOUS ACTS OF ABUSE The victim, a Myanmar national, was not fluent in Mandarin.

She then tried to drag the maid out of the flat by her arm while she was seated. While Hai told Bai to leave initially, she later joined Bai in pulling the victim's arm to drag her out of the flat. Bai tried to drag her out of the flat by her arm while she was seated. Photo: Facebook/ Charles Zen Room The boy’s parents agreed to pay, thinking their son was at fault. The maid resisted and Bai assaulted her again, including kicking and punching her head repeatedly. Bai threatened to beat the helper to death and continued her assault on the sobbing woman despite Hai trying to push her away and Mr Chua's mother trying to restrain her. The maid resisted and Bai assaulted her again including kicking and punching her head repeatedly. Mr Chua then raised his voice and told her to stop. The Teletubby, which was hollow, then fell over and smashed. In December 2019, angry that the victim used normal detergent instead of baby detergent to wash her son's blanket, Bai dragged the victim to the closet and broke her bra strap in the process.

After the assault, the victim's lips were bleeding. More On This Topic Woman pleads guilty to slapping and kicking maid, at times in front of young son Mr Chua then raised his voice and told her to stop. Bai thought of a cover-up story to explain to the agent. She also told Mr Chua to call his sisters to delete the CCTV footage of the incident. Bai also thought of a cover-up story to explain to the agent and told Mr Chua to call his sisters to delete the CCTV footage of the incident. Mr Cheng added, “Yesterday, he asked me three times why the doll was so terrifying. The agent arrived at about 11am that day and took the victim to a hospital, where she was found to have a muscle strain on her back, facial contusion, lip laceration, and bruises on her left arm. The helper made a police report later that day. The helper made a police report later that day. Bai then pushed the victim in the storeroom, causing the maid to hit her head against the wall and suffer a bump on her head.

Hai was fined $3,000 in December last year for her involvement. KK plus later released a statement to say that the display had been a prototype with a pre-sale price of HK$52,800. The DPP said the victim is now fearful of loud noises and has a scar over her lower lip. The DPP said the victim is now fearful of loud noises and has a scar over her lower lip. She was out of work for a month and had to pay two months' salary as agent's fees to get another employer. It was not mentioned in court if she is still working here. It was not mentioned in court if she is still working here. Netizens also accused the store of improperly securing the toy as a “trap” to lure compensation. Bai paid $5,580 in restitution. TRIED TO DRAG VICTIM OUT The day before the final assault, the victim had a stomach ache and was told to stay in the fourth-floor flat as Bai was afraid her son might catch an illness from her.

Her lawyers, Mr Kevin Liew and Ms Gloria James, told the court that an Institute of Mental Health report found that she was having a major depressive episode which had a contributory link to her offences. More On This Topic Ex-prison counsellor who abused maid loses appeal but gets shorter jail term Her lawyers, Mr Kevin Liew and Ms Gloria James, told the court that an Institute of Mental Health report found that she was having a major depressive episode which had a contributory link to her offences. However, Mr Liew noted that the episode did not affect her judgment severely. At press time, KK plus’ social media accounts were still flooded with netizens’ angry comments, with many calling it a “scam store”. They also told the court that Mr Chua has since died and Bai has to care for their two-year-old child. They also told the court that Mr Chua has since died and Bai has to care for their two-year-oldchild. For voluntarily causing hurt to her domestic helper, Bai could have been jailed six years, fined $10,000, or both. Get a copy of The Straits Times or go to . Join. Mr Chua, his parents, Hai and the couple's infant son were also there.