KUALA LUMPUR: A medium claiming to be a god from heaven who had come to this mortal realm to look for his queens allegedly outraged the modesty of an 18-year-old SPM school-leaver.
He also claimed that she was his wife in a former life.
The 57-year-old man, known as Low, was said to have molested the victim, Leong, when they met up in October 2016.
Leong said Low touched her private parts when she was in his car after her tuition class in Damai Perdana.
Since then, she said Low has been pestering her to have sex with him, so that he can “improve his longevity”.
Leong and her mother Tan revealed this at a press conference held by the MCA Public Services and Complaints Department here.
The 45-year-old seamstress said her daughter had been crying at night since the incident but refused to say anything when asked.
“On April 10, I went through my daughter’s phone to find out what happened.
“I read her messages and was shocked at what I found.
“I read their Facebook conversation where Low confessed he touched her private parts and asked whether it hurt,” she said.
Tan then confronted the man, who lives in Balakong, but the married man denied touching Leong.
Leong said she met the man through a classmate, nicknamed Ah Chee, in late 2015, when she was 16.
Low claimed Ah Chee and Leong were his queens who had been reborn on earth. “He told me that he is clairvoyant and is watching my every move. He warned me not to tell my mother about our conversations,” said Leong, who used to chat online with him every day.
She met up with him five times after her tuition classes. Her mother did not know.
Tan, a single mother of four, and Leong sought the assistance of department head Datuk Seri Michael Chong because they claimed they did not hear anything from the police after lodging a report at the Kajang district police station on April 15.
“The man has not been summoned to give his statement. We are looking into the case.
“I have asked for help from the MCA legal adviser because the case involves many legal aspects,” said Chong.
Legal adviser Leong Pak Yiew said the case fell under Section 354 of the Penal Code, which deals with assault or use of criminal force to a person with intent to outrage modesty.