S'pore actress in sex video scandal
By Bryna Sim
Mon, Feb 08, 2010
The New Paper
A GRAPHIC video clip of a former Singaporean air stewardess and part-time actress having sex with a man has been circulating online.
The four-minute clip, which focused nearly entirely on the woman in explicit poses performing sex acts, is the latest in a growing and dangerous trend among young adults who take compromising pictures of themselves or let others do so.
But unlike the other clips that have surfaced online of relatively unknown local victims, the woman in this video is a celebrity of sorts.
The New Paper believes she is a part-time actress who has appeared in television dramas on the local Malay TV channel Suria.
The video looks to be taken by the man.
It also appears to have been taken with the actress' knowledge, as she is the focus of the video throughout.
The woman in her 20s, a former air stewardess, did not want to say much about the video when contacted by The New Paper yesterday.
When asked if she was the person in the video, she simply said it was "personal info" she did not wish to divulge.
When asked if she was upset by the video, she replied: "If you were in the video, would you not be upset?"
A hotline caller who claimed she was a friend of the woman in the video said that the clip surfaced in the last two days on a US-based media-sharing site that also included two still photographs of the woman in a bikini posing with friends.
The site allows users to create, share and discuss blogs, photos, videos and music with others.
The video of the woman was taken down by yesterday evening.
According to support staff from the site, the account of the woman was created on Tuesday and cancelled by the creator earlier yesterday.
The support staff have also said that "if this was an illegal act and the authorities contact us with a subpoena, we will provide whatever information we can".
This same clip of the woman and two others that showed her naked also appeared on a site popular with Malay artistes in the region.
Those too were removed within a day.
The friend of the woman said that the woman was "very upset" when bikini pictures of her appeared last year, but these videos were "shocking" in comparison.
The woman acted in several drama series.
The New Paper understands that the woman is no longer on contract with MediaCorp. http://digital.asiaone.com/Digital/N...08-197291.html