Ex-law prof Tey Tsun Hang cleared of corruption by High Court

Former professor Tey Tsun Hang exits Selarang Park Community Supervision Centre on a hired cab after having his electronic tag removed on Oct 5, 2013. High Court Justice Woo Bih Li also questioned why Mr Tey told Ms Darinne Ko he had no money to pay for the abortion in 2010 when he was working for NUS.

But even as he cleared Mr Tey of criminal wrongdoing, Justice Woo Bih Li had strong words for the ex-professor, saying that he was "a man without honour".

Sex-for-grades case takes a surprising turn

The high-profile sex-for-grades case involving former National University of Singapore (NUS) law professor Tey Tsun Hang and his ex-student Darinne Ko took a surprising turn on Friday when the High Court acquitted him of corruption, after he had served a five-month jail term.

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