Son of Ex-CAG Chairman Karl Liew To Be Charged For Lying To Police

Like father like son.

Karl Liew Kai Lung, the son of the ex-CAG chairman Liew Mun Leong, has now been charged with lying to the police over the case involving their former domestic helper Parti Liyani.

Liew had allegedly made Parti Liyani clean up his home and office, even though she was not hired by the family to do so. When he dismissed her, she said “I know why. You angry because I refused to clean up your toilet.”

If convicted of furnishing false information to a public servant, and if that information is with respect to the commission of an offence, he could be jailed for up to three years, fined, or both.

If found guilty of intentionally giving false information in court, he could be jailed for up to seven years and fined.

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