The New Paper reported a graphic four-minute video clip of a former Singaporean air stewardess and local Malay TV channel Suria part-time actress having sex with a man has been circulating online.
The clip surfaced in the last two days on a US-based media-sharing site that also included two still photographs of the woman in a bikini posing with friends. The clip has since been taken down.
Who’s the actress? She is none other than Nadia Fazlini Sharip who acted in “Anak Metropolitan” as Shahnaz. She also acted in “Teman Anugerahku” back in 2006. She was the winner of Suria’s talent search competition, Anugerah 1999, and was nominated for “Best Supporting Actress” category in Suria’s Pesta Perdana 5.
Fake video? Based on the photos as I have not seen the video, she’s the girl in the video. According to Section 29 of the Films Act, an offender can be fined between $20,000 and $40,000, or jailed for up to two years, or both, if found “making” or “reproducing” obscene films.
Rumours had said that Suria actress, Rosita Hussin, was the one who circulated the link video. But Ms Rosita claimed that her Facebook account had been hacked. She said she had not checked her Facebook account for the past three weeks, as she is currently seven months pregnant and has been busy with her two other children.
To make matters worse, the person who hacked into her Facebook account pretended to be her, and replied to comments made on the link.