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


Anonymous said...

The culprit should pay the price otherwise will have to repeat again and again.People who wanted to live in peaceful invironment has the right to say even harsh as what they felt and the agony of being a victim of inocence.

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