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“Kejadian itu terjadi sekitar pukul 11.00 WIB (Minggu 14/6) kemarin,” kata Farhad Abbas, pengacara Manohara, kepada detikcom, Senin (15/6/2009).
Farhad menjelaskan saat itu Dewi sedang menumpang mobil Toyota Camry yang dikemudikan sopirnya. Tiba-tiba saja sebuah Toyota Fortuner memepet mobil Dewi. “Sopirnya sempat ditempeleng,” kata Farhad.
Dewi telah melaporkan kasus tersebut ke Polda Metro Jaya Minggu malam. “Kami khawatir teror ini ada kaitannya dengan Manohara,” katanya. detiknews.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 – Tengku Temenggong Muhammad Fakhry Petra has filed a police report denying allegations that he had abused his wife Manohara Odelia Pinot.
It is the first step he has taken to clear his name since the scandal broke out and according to his lawyer Mohd Haaziq Pillay, civil action against the 17-year-old Indonesian model and her mother Daisy Fajarina is set to follow.
When asked if the Kelantan prince was categorically denying any and all accusations by Manohara and Daisy, he answered, “definitely.”
Haaziq, who accompanied Tengku Muhammad at the Dang Wangi police station this afternoon, told reporters that a civil suit “against the slander” would also be filed “once I have completed the papers” and that it could be “against anyone who has made these accusations.”
He also explained that the report was made in Malaysia and not Indonesia, where Manohara has filed a report claiming abuse by Tengku Muhammad, because the alleged wrongdoing was said to have occurred in Malaysia.
“There is no legal provision to file it in Indonesia,” he said.
While he refused to respond and comment on behalf of the prince, he said that Tengku Muhammad would be making a personal statement himself in the future.
Today’s press conference was scheduled for 3pm but was delayed repeatedly. It is understood that the prince was being interviewed by the police over the alleged abuses which delayed Haaziq from arriving at the press conference until 8pm.
Haaziq refused to make statements on behalf of Tengku Muhammad despite many questions by Indonesia media and the press conference barely lasted 10 minutes.
The issue continues to make headlines in Indonesia and both the public and authorities there have voiced concern over the case.
Manohara escaped from the prince while in Singapore and returned to Indonesia on May 31.
On Tuesday Manohara lodged a police report against the Kelantan prince and seven others for alleged domestic violence and torture.
Her mother has also claimed that local doctors have found cuts on her chest and needle marks on her back.
MANOHARA’S CASE: THE EIGHT PERSONS NAMED IN THE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT CAN BE JAILED UP TO 70 YEARS UNDER INDONESIAN LAW!
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June 09, 2009 By: Farouk Arnaz, Jakarta Globe (Edited by The Mighty Pen)
Manohara Names 8 In Police Complaint (original title)
The Manohara saga continued on Tuesday, with the Indonesian-American model pressing charges against her Malaysian prince husband, Muhammad Fakhry, albeit in the wrong country. Accompanied by her flamboyant celebrity lawyer, Hotman Paris Hutapea, Manohara Odelia Pinot filed a criminal complaint with the National Police, accusing her husband of kidnapping, physical abuse and rape.
She also named seven other members of the Kelantan Palace in her complaint as being involved in her kidnapping: Kelantan Ruler Ismail Petra and his wife Anis Binti Abdul Hamid; Capt. Zakaria Saleh, the pilot allegedly involved in the kidnapping during a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia; bodyguard Azhari; a relative of the Ruler, Muhammad Sobri, and his wife; and another relative identified as Ichsan.
Hutapea said that each of the persons listed in the criminal complaint could be jailed for up to 70 years under Indonesian law if found guilty of the alleged offenses. He claimed that Indonesian law applied to all of those reported to the police, but he did not respond when asked by the Jakarta Globe why he did not also file a report with the Malaysian police. Indonesia has an extradition treaty with Malaysia but the treaty does not cover offenses committed in the neighboring country. Any offense alleged to have occurred on Malaysian soil must be tried in that country.
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A medical examination of a teenage US-Indonesian model who claimed she was raped and tortured by her Kelantan prince husband confirmed that she had been physically abused, a forensic expert said today.
Manohara Odelia Pinot, 17, last week told reporters she was treated like a sex slave after her marriage last year to Tengku Temenggong Mohammad Fakhry, a prince of Kelantan state.
She escaped the prince’s guards at a Singapore hotel and returned to her family in Indonesia with tales of abuse, rape and torture at the hands of the 31-year-old prince.
“There are slash wounds on many parts of her body, especially on her chest. Some are still fresh,” forensic doctor Mun’im Idries told AFP.
“We are still examining her blood and urine samples because she said she had been given jabs,” he said adding that he also found an injection mark on her back.
Manohara – a well-known socialite in Jakarta – claimed to have been cut with a razor and injected with drugs which made her vomit blood while being held under guard in her bedroom at the palace.
Injection before sexual intercourse
She said after the examination today that the prince would have sexual intercourse after injecting her with an unidentified substance.
“I don’t know what I had been given but I could not move. I could see, feel, hear and smell… my senses are still there but I couldn’t move,” she told TV One channel.
With the help of Singapore police, the former model escaped home to Jakarta while visiting her father-in-law, Sultan Ismail Petra Shah II who was being treated at a Singapore hospital.
“The medical examination has been completed and the result confirmed that there is physical abuse all over her body. Her story has proven to be true,” one of her lawyers Farhat Abbas told AFP.
He said his client today formally lodged a written report on the alleged abuse with the Indonesian police. Besides the prince, she had named six other people including the sultan and his wife as accomplices.
“We have received the report today,” national police spokesman Abubakar Nataprawira told AFP.
“Indonesian police is not able to investigate the case as the alleged abuse took place in Malaysia which is out of our jurisdiction. But we will assist in reporting the case to Malaysian police,” he added.