Cops probe accusation against Bosnian for harassment

Cops probe accusation against Bosnian for harassment

KUALA LUMPUR - The spat over sperm between a Bosnian and a Malaysian woman who purportedly "used" him to have better offspring from European stock, takes another twist with the police probing accusations that he had repeatedly harrassed her.

Brickfields OCPD Asst Comm Azlee Abdullah confirmed the police had received a police report from the 29-year-old woman regarding the alleged erratic behaviour of her ex-lover Ervin Ahbabovic.

He has filed a suit against the woman, seeking relief of RM600,000 (S$233,300) for the use of his sperm for the alleged purpose of getting a child from European stock.

They had allegedly lived together for several years and had a son, born on Feb 7, 2010.

"We received a report earlier this year that the man had threatened the woman," said ACP Azlee, adding that the alleged incident occurred in Taman Danau Desa here.

"We discovered that the woman was demanding the return of her car and other belongings," he said, when contacted yesterday.

"We are investigating the matter further," he said, adding that the 41-old Bosnian, who holds a Malaysian permanent resident status, will be called up for questioning as soon as possible.

ACP Azlee said the police would investigate whether the man has been involved in other similar incidents.

"We need to gather evidence before we can proceed further. We also urge anyone with information to come forward," he said.

The pair had taken their spat public, with each side firing salvos at each other.

The woman had reportedly been accused by Ahbabovic of abusing his sperm in order to have a child with his European genes.

She countered by saying the allegations are "completely baseless".

She alleged Ahbabovic was unemployed and not a commercial director of a private limited company in Malaysia as he claimed to be.

The woman said she had not been in touch with her ex-lover for over a year and that the lawsuit was "totally unexpected".

In his suit, filed at the High Court registry via legal firm Law Chambers of Mohamad Fauzi on Aug 30, Ahbabovic said he entered into a relationship with the Malaysian woman to establish a "God-blessed" union.

He had hoped that they would get married.

Case management for the suit has been fixed for Oct 1.

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