No evidence on sexual harassment case involving para swimming coach, say NSC

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Sports Council (NSC) have decided not to take further action regarding allegations of sexual harassment involving a para swimming coach towards an athlete under his care, as reported by the mass media previously.

NSC, in a statement yesterday, said that the case has been classified as “No Further Action” (NFA) following the police investigation which did not find evidence to support the allegations.

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