In 2017, I befriended a man through WeChat. I was studying and living in a rented room away from my parents who lived in another town. He started off easygoing and humble but after a few months, his real colours showed. He began to use vulgar words and acting strangely.
Aini, a four-year-old, was the youngest client referred to me under Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) cases as a WCC social worker. She had agreed to testify in court using video. I praised her for her courage because the accused is her biological father who had raped her. It wasn’t easy
“When my neighbours see me in the morning, they know what happened to me again the night before,” Patty told our WCC Seberang Perai social worker. She was introduced to Tom who owned an electronics repair shop and she thought this was going to be the end of her difficult
The rape came to light in December 2017. Sally was 14 years old then. Her mother, a factory operator on shift work, returned from work one morning and felt uneasy. Feeling suspicious, she decided to screen through her husband’s mobile phone. She was shocked when she saw Sally’s picture –