TL;DR – Apparently, this is not the first filming incident in NUS.
On the April 18, an undergraduate from the National University of Singapore (NUS) took to her Instagram account to call out the school for trying to protect her perpetrator who allegedly filmed her in the shower.
It appears that the student, Monica Baey, had made a reported to the police immediately after the incident, the culprit was identified and all the evidence of him committing the act were also present.
However, the outcome for the perpetrator was merely a 12-month conditional warning, and the offender will only get the actual punishment if he reoffends in the next 12 months.
According to Baey, this isn’t the first filming incident in the school and hence she tried to appeal for a heavier sentence.
Unfortunately, she was told by the investigating officer to go to her school and push for action if she wanted real consequences or more action to be taken, or she will just have to accept the outcome.
Which she did – only to be issued with a letter of apology from the perpetrator, emailed to her by the school.
Helpless, she posted the following Stories to her Instagram account to ask for help:
Although it seems the culprit has removed his Instagram account, you can still find out who he is from Baey’s Instagram account under highlights.