She is the central figure in one of the longest-running trials in Singapore.
Millions of dollars – taken from church funds – were allegedly misused to fund her music career. More money was then allegedly used to cover up the original amount.
And Ms Ho Yeow Sun, 42, may appear in court and testify as the trial against the six City Harvest Church (CHC) leaders resumes today.
She was called as a defence witnesses by former church leader Chew Eng Han, who is expected to take the stand to present his defence today.
Chew, along with CHC founder Kong Hee and four others, are accused of misusing millions in church funds.
First, $24 million from the church’s building fund was allegedly used to fund Ms Ho’s albums through sham bonds invested in two “shell companies” – music production firm Xtron Productions and glass manufacturer Firna.
Another $26.6 million was used to allegedly cover up the $24 million.
Kong, former board member John Lam, finance manager Sharon Tan, former fund manager Chew, deputy senior pastor Tan Ye Peng and former finance manager Serina Wee face charges of criminal breach of trust and/or falsifying accounts.
They were charged in 2012.