Instagram influencer fails to block access to correspondence, diary entries in defamation lawsuit

Ms Olivia Wu's (left) application for the materials, overruled the objections of Ms Rachel Wong who is suing her for alleged defamation. ST PHOTOS: KELVIN CHNG
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SINGAPORE - A woman seeking to justify stories she posted on Instagram about social media influencer Rachel Wong will get access to relevant materials in her bid to support her claims.

State Courts deputy registrar Lewis Tan allowed Ms Olivia Wu's application for the materials, overruling the objections of Ms Wong, who is suing her for alleged defamation.

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