Ex-Bersatu director faces 30-year sentence for non-consensual sexual act

A Malaysian businessman, Wan Mohammad Ashraf Nasjaruddin, forty two, is dealing with expenses for allegedly having a non-consensual sexual reference to a 25-year-old bank officer using an object. Child’s play happened in a lodge rest room at Jalan Bukit Bintang in the early hours of January 2. The Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur has set the following point out date for the case on July 17.
Deputy public prosecutor Nidzuwan Abd Latip requested the court docket to fix the date, stating that the prosecution had submitted some case paperwork to the defence and would submit the remaining documents at the next point out date. Wan Mohammad Ashraf, who is a former Shah Alam Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) logistics and safety director, has been charged under Section 377CA of the Penal Code. If found responsible, he might resist 30 years in jail and be subjected to whipping..

Leave a Comment