Singaporean man accused of cat abuse apologizes for ‘playing’ with animal, says ex-girlfriend ‘defaming’ him
- Singapore-based entrepreneur Jimmy Wong has apologized for a series of viral videos that show him swinging, tossing and twirling his ex-girlfriend’s cat.
- Wong’s ex-girlfriend, whom he later identified as Summer Lee Ying Hui, began exposing his alleged cat abuse on Sept. 28, adding that she had “left this toxic abusive relationship.”
- Lee posted three incidents of alleged abuse toward her cat, Pidan, who reportedly suffered an injured paw, broken fangs and a bloodied eye.
- While Wong expressed his “most sincere apologies” for his actions in the videos, he disputed Lee’s claims pertaining to Pidan’s injuries.
- Lee responded with a “rebuttal” this week and insisted that her cat’s injuries were caused by Wong’s “intentional” acts of abuse.
- Lee also said she has filed a police report but fears Wong’s “inside connections,” since the entrepreneur allegedly claimed to be “part of the police force.”
A Singapore-based entrepreneur has released a public apology regarding viral videos that show him swinging, tossing and twirling his ex-girlfriend’s cat.
Jimmy Wong, founder of the JF Lennon Institute of Financial Science, identified himself as the man in the videos, which were published by an Instagram account handled by his ex-girlfriend for the cat, Pidan.
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