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Woman caught on video punching and kicking elderly neighbour charged

SINGAPORE — The woman who was caught on video punching and kicking her elderly neighbour was charged today (Sept 30) in a district court.

A screen shot from CCTV video of 41-year-old Casey Sabrina Ng alias Asha attacking an elderly.

A screen shot from CCTV video of 41-year-old Casey Sabrina Ng alias Asha attacking an elderly.

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SINGAPORE — The woman who was caught on video punching and kicking her elderly neighbour was charged today (Sept 30) in a district court.

Casey Sabrina Ng alias Asha, 41, was charged with using abusive language and voluntarily causing hurt to two female police officers who responded to the incident.

Police are investigating the case of Ng and her elderly neighbour, Mdm Toh Siew Hong.

Ng has been remanded at the Institute of Mental Health for psychiatric evaluation and will appear in court again on Oct 14.

She was arrested on Saturday morning following the dispute with 65-year-old Mdm Toh.

A video clip, which has gone viral, showed a confrontation between the two women. In the video, Ng was seen slapping and punching Mdm Toh repeatedly. At one point, Ng was shown continuing to kick Mdm Toh even after she had fallen to the ground.

The footage came from a CCTV camera which the family had installed outside their flat.

Mdm Toh’s family has claimed the woman also hit her with an object, and that Mdm Toh had been repeatedly harassed by Ng with pushing and threats since the beginning of September.

Mdm Toh’s daughter, who did not want to be named, said that Ng moved into the flat opposite theirs only in January.

Mdm Toh suffered facial injuries and has been hospitalised at Changi General Hospital.

For using abusive words on a public servant, Ng could be jailed up to a year or fined up to S$5,000. For voluntarily causing hurt to a police officer, she could be jailed up to seven years, and/or fined. CHANNEL NEWSASIA

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