Former FHM cover girl, Debbie Valerie Tenashar Long, was arrested twice in the space of three days earlier this month – for drug offences in Johor, then trespass and drug-related offences in Singapore.
Just hours before she was arrested for trespass on July 7, DJ Tenashar sent messages to some of her Facebook contacts to solicit for money and supplies.
The DJ was released from prison less than two months ago after serving a sentence for drug offences from 2015. She had planned to be an anti-drug ambassador – as mentioned by her lawyer in mitigation.
Hady Mirza, whose voice captivated local audiences in 2006, fell from grace and into trouble with the law.
The 38-year-old, whose real name is Muhammad Mirzahady Amir, was arrested for suspected drug offences in 2018. He is understood to have been caught at a land immigration checkpoint for offences involving marijuana.
Earlier in the year, Hady was reported to be a Grab driver, after screenshots of a customer’s booking were shared online.
In 2016, actress Rui En was charged with careless driving after she reportedly knocked over a motorcycle parked at the car park of her apartment block.
According to court documents, Rui En had failed to properly control her vehicle before it knocked over the motorcycle. The motorcycle owner was said to have had to repeatedly knock on her car window to get to stop her car.
Wong Kwai Chow
Back in 2006, the actor was involved in a hit and run incident. He had allegedly knocked over a motorcyclist and a pillion ride. Christopher was suspected to be drunk at the time.
While accepting an award at the 2006 Star Awards, the actor acknowledged the incident and said that he’ll be taking responsibility for his actions.
However, in 2007, he was once again charged of drunk driving and was fined $4,500. Following the incident, Christopher was sentenced to six weeks in prison. He started his prison term on May 28. He was eventually released on June 25 for good behaviour.
Actor and director, Rafaat Hamzah was arrested in 2014 for the consumption of the drug, Ice.
Rafaat was in jail for about a year before being released on June 2 2015.
The veteran actor was fined $3,000 after he allegedly assaulted a woman for failing to clean up after her dog. The altercation was recorded on video and Yiliang was said to have had pushed the lady.
The Ah Boys To Men actor was charged for drug related sentences after he was found guilty of consuming marijuana.
Noah was jailed for nine months in the Singapore Armed Forces’ detention barracks.
Quan Yi Feng
In 2013, the actress allegedly knocked down a pedestrian at a traffic light while she was driving at the junction of Selegie Road and Sungei Road.
However, this was not Yi Feng’s first brush with the law. The actress was on a 15 month probation after she got into an altercation with a cab driver and was fined $1,000 in 1996 when she fought with a bowling alley assistant.
Late actor Aloysius Pang Wei Chong was fined $2,000 and banned from driving for 18 months in 2017.
The 26-year-old artist admitted to driving when he had at least 55 microgrammes (mcg) of alcohol in 100ml of breath, which exceeded the prescribed limit of 35mcg, along Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim towards Jurong Port Road at a slip road near a petrol kiosk at 4.42am on May 8, 2017.
In 2010, celebrity chef Justin Quek was banned from driving for four years after he was charged with drink driving and fined $6,300.
This post was updated on July 20, 2019.