Thursday, 4 December 2014

NUS Law Professor in the Sex for Grades Scandal is a Malaysian

Malaysian law lecturer in sex-for-grades scandal loses Singapore PR case
Malaysian law lecturer in sex-for-grades scandal loses Singapore PR case / PicCredit
The Malaysian Insider:
A Malaysian law professor, embroiled in a sex-for-grades scandal, has lost his bid to have his Singapore permanent resident status reviewed after it was revoked last year, reports The Straits Times today.

Tey Tsun Hang lost his PR status when he left the country without a re-entry permit (REP).

The former National University of Singapore (NUS) lecturer had been convicted in June 2013 of corruptly obtaining sex and gifts, including a Mont Blanc pen and an iPod, from his former student Darinne Ko, as an inducement to give her better grades.
What a coincidence that Alvin Tan from the sex blogger scandal was also a Malaysian law student at NUS.