Elizabeth Wong nude photos and videos Update

Elizabeth Wong

Elizabeth Wong

A series of nude photos of Selangor Executive Councilor, Elizabeth Wong (黄洁冰) are being circulated on the Internet and mobile phones recently. You can read more about the news on omy.sg.

Ms. Wong has lodged a police report over the nude pictures and videos. She has also released a statement saying that the photos and video were leaked to smear her public image. You can read her full press statements HERE via her blog.

Apparently, the photos were taken by her ex-boyfriend while she was sleeping… evil xia!



It’s not as if Ms. Wong was a cam-whore who like exposing herself. I have not seen the full series of photos and videos, but judging from the few I saw like the one above, it’s quite obvious she did not pose for the photos. Clearly, Ms. Wong is a victim.

What’s amazing is that her Barisan Nasional political opponents are using the leaked photos and videos as an excuse to take cheap political potshots at her, asking for her resignation. Ridiculous isn’t it? You can read the full account and analysis below via Wayangparty:

Former Selangor Menteri Besar Khir Toyo further added fuel to the fire by demanding the resignation of Wong by citing the example of ex-Health Minister Chua Soi Lek who resigned from all posts in the government after he was filmed having sex with a woman half his age in a hotel.

“This is about morality, whether the pictures are taken with her consent is another matter. I cannot accept a lawmaker whose morality is questionable.” Khir Toyo told The Malaysian Insider.

I do not see any reason why Y.B. Elizabeth should resign for she has done nothing wrong. The culprit who took the photos without her permission and leaked them to the public with the devious aim of tarnishing her reputation should be apprehended and brought to justice.

Unlike Chua who committed an act of adultery, a haram in Islam, Wong did not commit any immoral acts. Is it a crime to sleep naked in your own home ? Can Khir Toyo please explain why Wong is immoral ?

Y.B. Elizabeth Wong should be judged solely on her performance as an exco member of the state assembly and not on such shallow and frivolous matters which have no impact on her dispensation of duties as an assemblywoman.

The Pakatan coalition should make a public statement immediately to support Elizabeth Wong instead of dragging its feet over the expected or imaginary backlash from the ground.

It appears that after the coup in Perak, Barisan Nasional is resorting to all kinds of dirty tricks to destabilize the remaining Pakatan state governments. Don’t forget the Rakyat is watching you and you will face the wrath of the voters in the next election.

Elizabeth Wong Nude Photod Scandal : Old Trick?!

Following the resignation of Elizabeth Wong, the very much sensationalised nude photo episode is finally coming to an end.

From the surface of it, we could expect nothing from her political foes, no more tricks whatsoever.

But, I have discovered something on the Internet.

Something, I found very ridiculous and far fetched.

It sounded like this, Mr H ( ex boyfriend of Eli) is a Muslim, hence he is subject to the Syariah Law.

Under the Syariah Law, any close physical contact with non family members, including sexual intercourse, would be Khalwat or zina. We are familiar with this.

Nobody wants to get in trouble with the Jabatan Agama Islam that is busy going around enforcing their duties under the Syariah Law.

"...however, I wish that no interested party would even think of stooping that low to engage such tactics in their political game."

Perhaps after strong opposition from various strata of society, the authorities are now not as high profile as they used to be in carrying out their duties.

It was argued on the Internet that, if the nude photos of Eli were proven to be taken by Mr H, then H can be found guilty of Khalwat.

It is further argued that, the other party involved (i.e Eli) can, therefore, be guilty of Khalwat as well.

To me, such argument cannot hold any water as Eli, a non-Muslim is not subject to the Syariah Law.

However, such argument reminded me of something that took place last year, right after the 8 March general election.

Then, it was reported that two important Islamic organisations in the nation were looking into the possibility of passing laws that could regulate non-Muslim who commit Khalwat with Muslim.

Some suggested that, these non-Muslim should be brought to the Civil Court and punish according to the Syariah law, be it canning or fine.

Definitely, this caused another uproar among the non-Muslim society. These opposing voices finally stop after some representative from these two bodies came to clarify that they have never intended to pass such laws.

As a non-Muslim, I am indeed pleased to know that there is no such law yet, but the passing of such laws no doubt would oblige the non-Muslim to live their lives by the Syariah Law.

It is alright for anyone to utter nonsense on the Internet, making all sorts of wild speculations and unsubstantiated argument like the one I mentioned above, to commit Eli under the Syariah Law, however, I wish that no interested party would even think of stooping that low to engage such tactics in their political game.

In a diverse country like ours, where we are multi religious and multi ethnic, religious or ethnic issues are very sensitive, it could cause panic within seconds.

Such a trick, no matter how ridiculous it sounds, could always hurt the very foundation of our nation - the harmonious relationship among different races.

It is definitely not a fun game to start with! (By TAN LEE CHIN/ Sin Chew Daily)

NUDE PHOTOS: Super-imposed pictures of Elizabeth Wong found

NUDE PHOTOS: Super-imposed pictures of Elizabeth Wong found

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 23, 2009) :
Super-imposed pictures of embattled Selangor executive councillor Elizabeth Wong(pix) are making the rounds on the Internet amid controversy over the distribution of her semi-nude photographs.

A number of nude photographs in various poses show Wong's super-imposed head or face over that of nude models.

Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Wira Mohammad Sabtu Osman said police came across several copies of the fake photographs being spread by individuals who took advantage of the controversy over the distribution of Wong's semi-nude photographs.

"I am warning those responsible for the fake photographs to stop distributing them," he told reporters here.

He said that police were investigating two copies of Wong's controversial photographs but "we have since come across several superimposed pictures being spread by irresponsible people on the Internet."

Meanwhile, he said, police had recorded statements from 12 individuals from the media industry to help police investigations into the distribution of Wong's semi-nude photographs.

On Wong's former boyfriend who was suspected to be the person who took the scandalous pictures, Mohammad Sabtu said he was believed to be hiding in Indonesia.

Wong lodged a police report at the Damansara police station on Feb 18 following the distribution of the nude pictures. -- BERNAMA

Signature campaign for Eli Wong

PETALING JAYA: Bukit Lanjan voters want their assemblywoman Elizabeth Wong to stay on and are asking Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) to turn down her offer to resign.

The Bukit Lanjan Coalition of Residents’ Associations launched a signature campaign to show their support for the embattled Wong, who has grabbed the nation’s attention after her nude photographs were circulated.

In a statement released by the coalition, the associations condemned the invasion of Wong’s private life through unauthorised photographing of her and stealing and disseminating her personal data.

“We state here categorically that we are not disturbed by still and moving images of YB Wong’s private life that we have been and may be exposed to,” said the statement.

The coalition launched its signature campaign in Bandar Utama yesterday where signature forms were distributed to various individuals and residents’ associations. To date, its online campaign has collected 4,600 signatures. The campaign will end tomorrow at 11am, after which the signatures will be sent to Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim for presentation to the Sultan of Selangor on Wednesday.

Joint Action Group’s (JAG) Ivy Josiah, who was also present at the launch of the signature campaign, questioned the timing of the photographs’ release. “JAG is very concerned with Eli’s issue when there is a great tussle between the PR and BN,” she said

Whos behind Elizabeth Wong sabotage?

by Ahirudin Attan

THE scandal over the seminude photographs of a state minister from the opposition- run state of Selangor has taken on a life of its own.

It is no longer an issue of personal betrayal or intrusion of privacy, which was Miss Elizabeth Wong's contention when she lodged a police report over the photos. She said they had been taken without her consent and while she was asleep in the privacy of her own home.

The talk in some circles is now of political sabotage.

The story of a spurned former lover is not enough for many Malaysians. Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says Umno - the backbone of the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition that rules the country - is behind the distribution of the photos.

He accuses Umno of trying to embarrass him and his party, Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

Anwar has rejected Miss Wong's offer to resign from all her party posts.

A Member of Parliament, Mr Jeff Ooi, has speculated on his blog that Miss Wong is a victim of very clever and deceitful politics involving "Trojan horses".

Mr Ooi is from the Democratic Action Party (DAP), part of the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) coalition that Anwar leads.

According to him, this isn't the first time that PKR has been struck by political sabotage.

He was alluding to the allegation by young Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan that he had been sodomised by Anwar (the case is still pending trial).

He wrote on his blog: "Elizabeth Wong's predicament indicates the second time PKR's home-defence system may have been breached by "Trojan horses"."

Both cases involved individuals who had volunteered to work as party aides, he explained.

Anwar and Mr Ooi may think they are doing Miss Wong a favour, but they could have further harmed her reputation instead.

Already, Umno leaders who had initially asked the opposition to avoid politicising the scandal are now concocting their own brew in response to Anwar's allegation.

For example, one adviser to a senior Umno politician told me that Miss Wong is a victim of infighting within PKR, between the Menteri Besar and someone close to Anwar.

"It has nothing to do with us, just like their state assemblyman's marriage (scandal) had nothing to do with us," he said.

He was referring to a recent scandal where a PKR state minister in Kedah quit over allegations of bigamy. A by-election for his Bukit Selambau constituency will be held on April 7.

Whether it is a political set-up or a personal betrayal, Miss Wong's scandal has become another thorn in PR's flesh.

Less than a year after its emphatic electoral performance on March 8 last year - when it took five states from BN and denied it a two-thirds majority in Parliament - the coalition that unites PKR, DAP and the Islamic Parti Islam (PAS) has suffered one blow after another.

So far, PR has weathered the storm pretty well. It has already won two by-elections in a row.

But the Bukit Selambau, and another by-election for Bukit Gantang, come with their own unique controversies.

Umno leaders are already publicising the Bukit Gantang by-election as a PKR attempt to pit its popularity against the Sultan of Perak.

Meanwhile, seasoned political observers believe that Anwar is trying to avoid a third by-election, which would have to be held if he accepts Miss Wong's resignation.

"Three by-elections in three states won by PR in the last election would be a tough call. The issues are not all in the opposition's favour," said one pundit.

At the same time, politicising the scandal between Miss Wong and her former lover will encourage more worms to crawl out of the woodwork.

Already, some quarters are needling PAS leaders to state their stand, as her former lover is a Malay-Muslim and therefore subject to Islamic laws.

When Dr Chua Soi Lek's "sex video" circulated just months before last year's general election, he, too, said it was political sabotage.

But he resigned from all posts and came back later to win his party's deputy presidency (he was only a vice-president before the scandal).

When Dr Chua was down and almost out at the time, Miss Wong wrote in her blog that the only crime committed in the "sex video" scandal was by those who installed cameras in his hotel room.

Dr Chua has returned the favour. He told Miss Wong that her hard work and steadfastness would prevail.