Law professor Tey Tsun Hang 'guilty' on all six counts of corruption in sex-for-grades case
Published on May 28, 2013 1:14 PM
Law professor Tey Tsun Hang was found guilty on all six counts of corruption in the sex-for-grades case.
Chief District Judge Tan Siong Thye, who delivered his verdict on Tuesday, said: "I find the accused guilty and he is to be convicted on all the six charges."
He was satisfied with prosecution's position that Tey had corrupt intent, knew what he was doing was wrong, but persisted in "'taking advantage of" his former student Darrine Ko.
The chief district judge also noted that Tey had made no attempt to reimburse Ms Ko for the items she had bought him, and had "tricked her into having sex with him".
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