Daughter of woman in exorcism case gets day reporting order for threatening to kill mum
Published on Mar 31, 2014 12:10 PM
The daughter of the woman who sued the Novena Church unsuccessfully for what she said was a botched exorcism seven years ago was given a three-month day reporting order with tagging on Monday.
Subashini Jeyabal, 28, who had admitted to threatening to kill her mother, Madam Amutha Valli Krishnan, 57, was also ordered to perform community service for 150 hours.
Under the day reporting order, she has to remain indoors from 11.30pm to 7.30am.
A Community Court had heard that Subashini, an education therapist, was living with her mother in Ang Mo Kio on June 29 last year when they had a dispute. During the dispute, Subashini took a knife from the kitchen and placed it on the victim's neck and said in Tamil: "I will kill you. I will cut you''.
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