The Star reported that a man had sex with his 15-year-old stepdaughter in a multistorey parking lot. The 41-year-old man pleaded guilty in the Singaporean court yesterday (11th November 2019), but initially, he denied the accusation. He was charged for having sex with a minor and court documents revealed that he said that the girl had consented to sexual intercourse.
That said, the man’s identity cannot be revealed as there has been a gag order to protect the girl’s identity. According to the Deputy Public Prosecutor Derek Ee, the girl called the man “uncle”, but it wasn’t clear if he was still married to her mother. Derek Ee told District Judge Teo Guan Kee,
“The accused stated that he initially treated the victim as his stepdaughter. However, as time went by, they gradually became closer and often texted each other. This eventually led to the accused having sex with the victim.”
On 25th January 2019, the man had reportedly picked the teenager from school at around 12.30pm. Then, he drove his car straight to the Admiralty Drive carpark. They shifted to the backseat of the car, and they started to engage in unprotected coitus. They were caught red-handed by a police officer in the carpark at around 2pm. Both of them also saw the police officer and quickly got dressed.
As of now, the man has been offered a bail worth SGD15,000 (RM45,659), and besides that, his “mitigation and sentencing” will be heard on 23rd December 2019. FYI, Singaporean law decrees that the man could be jailed for up to 10 years and given a fine for having sex with a minor.
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