Abuse of Human Rights by Kelantan Royal Family
I fear for Manohara.
In the near future, she could easily end up like the Mongolian model Altantuya - disappeared, her body blown into pieces in some Kelantan jungle, never to be found. The killing would be witnessed by the Sultan of Kelantan and his family.
These are things that had happened, is happening, and will continue to happen in scandalous Malaysia.
Teen model escapes 'abusive' Malaysian prince
JAKARTA (AFP) — A teenage US-Indonesian model has returned to her family in Indonesia with tales of abuse, rape and torture at the hands of a Malaysian prince, after her dramatic escape with the help of Singapore police.
Manohara Odelia Pinot, 17, told reporters she was treated like a sex slave after her marriage to Tengku Temenggong Mohammad Fakhry, the prince of Malaysia's Kelantan state, last year.
Her mother, Daisy Fajarina, said she would press charges against the 31-year-old prince, and blamed the Malaysian and Indonesian governments for trying to cover up the alleged abuse.
"The things I've been afraid of were revealed to be true. Manohara has suffered physical abuse. She's got several razor cuts on her chest," Fajarina told AFP on Monday.
"No parent could be silent if their child was treated in such a barbaric way."
The Malaysian government had ignored her pleas for access to her daughter and had blocked her from entering the country, she said, while the Indonesian embassy had said that Manohara was fine with her new husband.
But the young woman -- a well-known socialite in Jakarta -- said her life at the royal palace involved a "daily routine" of rape, abuse, torture and occasional drug injections that made her vomit blood.
She said she was usually held under guard in her bedroom at the palace and was injected with tranquilisers whenever she complained.
"I am still traumatised by all that happened and it has left an impact on me," she told reporters in Jakarta on Sunday, after escaping the royal family during a trip to Singapore over the weekend.
"Sexual abuse and sexual harassment were like a daily routine for me, and he did that every time I did not want to have sexual intercourse," she was quoted as saying in The Jakarta Globe.
"I could never think a normal man could do such things," she said, adding: "Some parts of my body were cut by a razor."
The teenager whose fairy-tale wedding to a prince captured the imagination of Indonesia said she would be tortured if she did not appear to be happy when she attended social functions with Fakhry.
"Every time I went for events they forced me to smile and would torture me if I did not do what they said," she told the press conference.
She said she secretly called Singaporean police and pleaded for help after the royal family took her to the city state when they accompanied Fakhry's father, Sultan Ismail Petra Shah II, for medical treatment.
"The police told Fakhry that he would be held in jail if he did not let me go. No one could force me against my will in Singapore and I knew I had a chance to escape," she said.
The model once voted as being among Indonesia's "100 Precious Women" said she escaped her guards by pushing the Singapore hotel elevator's emergency button.
They were reluctant to chase her because they knew the scene would be captured on security cameras.
She blasted the Indonesian embassy in Malaysia, saying: "They made it worse by telling lies, saying that I was fine while I was suffering in Kelantan."
A spokesman for the Indonesian foreign ministry insisted the embassy had done everything it could to help Manohara and said the government would assist her if she wanted to file charges against her husband.
Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said the government would not investigate the claims.
"I think this is more of a personal matter. To date we have not been dragged into it, so we want to leave it as it is," he told reporters in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia's royal rulers used to enjoy immunity from criminal and civil charges but the privilege was removed in 1993.
There has been no comment from the Kelantan royal family.
Manohara's lawyer, Yuri Darmas, said she would have a medical examination to back up her allegations of abuse.
"We need one to two days to gather evidence before we file a lawsuit to the Malaysian police," he said, adding that he intended to pursue both criminal and civil lawsuits against the prince.
Manohara has already filed for divorce, her mother said.
Malaysian leaders and govt is not only complacent, but decadent as well. It is like the end of a dynastic reign, whereby emperors became weak and obssessed with life's pleasures, sex and greed. We are seeing leaders involved in women related scandals - kidnapping, abducting, murdering with bombs and fire-arms.
Police and armed personnel are used, not to fight wars but to kill and silence women and innocent persons who are deemed dangerous to the well-being of our leaders, for knowing too much about their scandals. Malaysia, sad to say, is in almost complete decadence, and the people knew it and want these leaders removed before they destroy the country.
Here is yet another case involving the most useless, scandalous and decadent of people, the royal scumbags of Malaysian sultanates, and it is not just the state of Kelantan. I mean all royal families of all states. Even the rats on the streets have more social benefits than these rascals.
I am pretty sure not many people noticed the presence of Manohara Odelia Pinot, the Indonesian model who had been allegedly kidnapped by her Kelantan Royal Family husband Tengku Muhammad Fakhry (pronounced Fuckery).
This picture of Manohara next to her husband had been published at Anwar Ibrahim’s blog and we were only aware about it after a fellow SOPO blogger Pak Bakaq blogged about his support to Manohara’s team. He was referring to Kelantan vs Selangor FA Cup final match last night April 25, where Kelantan lost 4-1 on penalties.
Sultan Kelantan had however denied that the Indonesian beauty had been kidnapped and that she had been living happily ever after with her princely husband.
A startling allegation recently surfaced in an Indonesian newspaper about a member of the Kelantan royal household, who is said to have 'abducted and abused' his 17-year-old Indonesian model wife (Manohara). According to the Surya newspaper, the family of Manohara Odelia Pinot are now in the dark as to her whereabouts and fear for her safety.
They also claimed that the model, who was named as one of the country's top models by an international magazine, was cut with a razor blade by her husband.Her mother Daisy Fajarina said the royalty had forcefully taken her daughter away in a private jet from Saudi Arabia, where the family had gone to perform the umrah last month.
But here is what her mom got to say about her daughter's ordeal. Mom also revealed that the prince of Kelantan is a sex maniac with strange sex appetite like inverted oral sex, hanging in the air intercourse, etc. All the things that muslim shouldn't do (although I have not checked the Quran on this), what more to a 17 year-old innocent little girl.
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