Molest case: Wife slaps DJ Ken Low in video

Malaysian radio DJ May Lau, 31, and UFM 100.3 DJ Ken Low, 28, arriving at court holding hands.

MALAYSIA - After he was accused of molesting two of his wife's friends, UFM 100.3 DJ Ken Low made a video clip to show his remorse.


In the video, he is shown saying sorry to his wife and then receiving a slap from her.

The existence of this video, which was sent to the women accusers, was brought up in a Kuala Lumpur court where Low's trial resumed on Monday.

The trial, which was into its sixth day, was extended after new evidence was provided by one of the alleged victims, Ms Ting Yan Jing, 31, said the Oriental Daily News.

The video and text messages of Low's apologies were sent to Ms Ting after the court case started. The couple had sent the video to Ms Ting through a mutual friend.

Low, who is better known in Singapore as Ah Ken, is facing two charges of assault or use of criminal force with an intent to outrage modesty.


DJ Ken Low accused of molest
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Hen party

He allegedly molested two women at a hen party he attended with his then-girlfriend and now wife, Malaysian radio DJ May Lau, 31, on July 22 last year.


According to the prosecutor, who does not understand Mandarin, Ms Lau is seen in the video apparently questioning her husband about the night's events.


The names of the two alleged victims - Ms Ting and Malaysian television presenter Siow Hui Min, 30 - could be made out in the video.

The prosecutor said Low appears to be apologising and then Ms Lau slaps him, according to China Press.

Low's lawyer, Ms Latheefa Koya, said this video was only brought up as evidence after investigations had closed.

According to Ms Ting, all the lights were on when everyone retired for the night, but after the incident, the lights in two of the rooms they were sleeping in were turned off.

The prosecutor suspected Low was suspected to have turned off the lights as he was still awake at the time.

The prosecution also asked the investigating officer about the victims' delay in reporting the incident.

The officer said Ms Ting was concerned about her friend Ms Lau's feelings after she had apologised to both alleged victims for the incident.

Ms Lau appeared at court holding hands with Low but left before the trial started. The trial resumes on Wednesday.

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