Nicholas Sean Purnama, the eldest son of former Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama, has been formally accused of assault by an Instagram influencer.
The Penjaringan Precinct in North Jakarta mentioned that the assault cost towards Nicholas was filed on Aug. 27, detailing an incident that allegedly occurred at a famend luxurious automobile showroom within the district.
“Sure, there was a criticism based mostly on Article 351 [of the Criminal Code for assault], the accused bears the initials NSP,” Penjaringan Precinct Chief Commissioner Rinaldo Aser said yesterday.
The criticism doc has leaked to the media, confirming Nicholas because the accused and the accuser being a girl named Ayu Thalia.
Ayu, who goes by the Instagram deal with @Thata_Anma, is a social media influencer who works on the aforementioned showroom. She has additionally posed with Nicholas in at the very least considered one of her posts, hinting at a attainable romantic relationship.
“On the time I used to be in my workplace on the showroom, after which the perpetrator approached me to debate my relationship with him,” Ayu wrote within the criticism.
“After which the perpetrator instructed me to get in his automobile, so I went with the perpetrator and we had a chat within the automobile. The perpetrator instructed me I broke his coronary heart and he didn’t want to see me once more, and the perpetrator pushed me out of the automobile, after which I fell and bought injured.”
Ayu posted a narrative on Instagram yesterday exhibiting her scraped pores and skin just under her knees, although she didn’t explicitly say it was the direct results of the alleged assault.
Nicholas’ lawyer, Ahmad Ramzy, told reporters this morning that the assault allegations made towards his consumer had been false. Ahmad additionally denied any romantic relationship or previous between Nicholas and Ayu.
Below Article 351 of the Felony Code (KUHP), assault is punishable by as much as 2 years and eight months in jail.
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