Here is Katie Downes posing topless for Page 3 in the February 19, 2013 issue of The Sun. Enjoy! Click on pictures to enlarge.
I 'liked' NUS law professor 'as a friend' at that time: Ex-student
Updated 03:01 PM Jan 10, 2013
SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore law student at the centre of the sex-for-grades corruption trial was the first witness who took to the stand this morning. Ms Darrine Ko told the court that she knew law don, Associate Professor Tey Tsun Hang, well.
This was the reason why she bought a Mont Blanc pen worth S$740 and gave it to Associate Professor Tey. She said that it was a "belated birthday present" and she "liked" Mr Tey "as a friend" during that time.
Associate Professor Tey, a former District Judge, has been charged with six counts of obtaining gratification from his student between May 2010 and June 2010. As his trial began this morning, Associate Professor Tey, 41, sought to conduct his own defence. But Chief District Judge Tan Siong Thye rejected this.
Instead, the judge ordered defence counsel Peter Low to assist Associate Professor Tey in the trial, but not conduct the cross-examinations. The Prosecution has lined up 14 witnesses for its case. The trial continues later today. AMANDA LEE