While they were together, he took nude pictures of her with her consent and promised not to circulate them.Their relationship was strained and rocky at times.On Aug 3, still feeling resentful, Goh created a fake email account.He emailed her superior alleging that she and her colleague had engaged in sex while at work, which he knew was false.The same day, he posted a letter to her father stating that she was engaging in "pre-marital sex'' with two men, knowing the family were staunch Christians. Pleading for a chance, Goh said in his mitigation letter that he was truly sorry and that what he did was totally out of character.
He sent four images to her work Whats App chat group with accompanying messages before deleting them from her phone. When the victim found out about the nude pictures and messages, she asked Goh who denied sending them.Two weeks ago, Lai Zhi Heng, 26, became the first to be convicted of stalking and washanded a total sentence of 12 months - six months each for unlawful stalking and committing a rash act.Assistant Public Prosecutor Thiagesh Sukumaran said that Goh, who is married with three children, came to know the 25-year-old woman at the end of 2011 during her university holidays. This continued after the woman started working in a government department.District Judge Ow Yong Tuck Leong agreed with the prosecution that a deterrent sentence should be imposed.
SINGAPORE - An officer with the Home Affairs Ministry, who unlawfully stalked his girlfriend by engaging in acts to harass her last year was jailed for six months on Wednesday (June 29).Adrian Goh Guan Kiong, 38, is the second man to have been convicted of stalking this month.