Police said they will review all 17 reports made by Jason Lo’s ex-wife and his children after the former telecommunications company CEO denied allegations he molested his children.
Explaining on behalf of Inspector General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador, Bukit Aman Criminal Investigations Director Datuk Huzir Mohamed also clarified this was in addition to an incident two weeks ago, where Lo was arrested and remanded for allegedly trespassing and threatening his ex-wife and her family.
“There were a few cases that were made NFA because there were insufficient statements,” Huzir told reporters when asked why several of Lo’s cases were classified “no further action”.
“What we are going to do is that we are going to review back all those reports and go through one by one and if there is evidence, if there is the need for us to record further statements, if we need to find more statements, we will do it.
“The latest case where he went to the house, trespassing and threatening, investigations for that one is still on,” he added.
Huzir said the cases classified as NFA were among the reports lodged from several years back, not to be confused with the incident from two weeks ago.
“That one is very clear, he went in and threatened, very clear.
“There is evidence to charge under 506 for trespassing,” he said referring to Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation.
Earlier report: May 28, Jason Lo Denies Molest Claims, Says Ex-Wife ‘Brainwashed’ Children, Threatens to Sue The Star