Ebit Lew says sexual harassment case is 'test from God'


Ebit Lew arriving at the circuit court in the Tenom district office.

KOTA KINABALU: Celebrity preacher Ebit Lew who was slapped with 11 charges, including sexual harassment, at the court in Tenom, which is in the interior of Sabah on Friday (Feb 18), believes that he is a victim of slander and ill-will.

The 37-year-old said he feels that the accusations thrown at him were to tarnish his image and credibility as a charity worker.

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