Mum jailed for harassing babysitter

A MOTHER of an eight-month-old girl began a campaign of harassment when her baby’s minder said she did not want to take care of the child any more. 

Yeong Mew Ching, 34, went to Ho Bee Tin’s home in Bukit Panjang and used a marker pen to write curses on the door. 

She phoned Ho’s sister and left a message full of expletives. 

She also visited the sister's home, where she shouted and gesticulated wildly until the police were called. She did all these between September and December last year.  

On Friday, she pleaded guilty to three charges related to the baby minder. She was jailed for a week and fined S$2,500 (RM5,050). – The Straits Times/ Asia News Network  

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