NUS sexual misconduct allegations: Police report made without our consent, say victims

The students said NUS went against their wishes to make a police report against sacked Tembusu College don Jeremy Fernando. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - The two students whose complaints of sexual misconduct led to the sacking of Tembusu College don Jeremy Fernando said that the National University of Singapore (NUS) went against their wishes to make a police report and it did not inform them before going to the police.

Both students said they were unhappy that NUS informed them only after it had made a police report against Dr Fernando.

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