Sota to investigate after now-deactivated Instagram account named alleged sexual offenders

Among those accused are a local musician and one teacher from the School of the Arts. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
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SINGAPORE - The School of the Arts (Sota) has said it would investigate allegations of sexual impropriety by one of its teachers. This came after the allegations on an anonymous Instagram account claiming to name alleged sex offenders gained traction.

The account, durian.dot, was created last week and has since been deactivated. It had named and attached the Instagram handles of more than 20 supposed male transgressors, listing their alleged criminal acts that include sexual assault and sex with minors.

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