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A domestic dispute is making waves online. Amanda Fong, aged 19, an allegedly battered young wife, has resorted to Facebook and Youtube to air her grievances against her husband, Calven Chik, aged 26.
The video Fong uploaded is 11 minutes long and shows an argument starting between a man and woman in a boutique. When the tiff starts to escalate into violence, the woman is seen going for a pair of scissors lying on the payment counter. The man stops her from getting hold of the scissors and starts hitting, choking and throwing her around the boutique for most of the clip. However, near the end of the video, the man appears to show remorse for the attack and is seen trying to help her sit up.
Fong goes public
In an attempt to give her version of events, Fong has shared the video on her Facebook page and added the following [unedited] statement:
“I am Amanda Fong Kim Yen, I’m 19 years old & I’m two months pregnant with Calven Chik Foo Keong’s baby & I’m standing up for myself now. I would like to share my experience with all of you out there how abusive my husband is by beating me up terribly and he had been torturing me.”
Videos and photos go viral
Fong subsequently uploaded a second video which depicts what happened apparently ten minutes after the events in the first video. Once the woman returns to the room, the couple resumes quarrelling and the beating becomes more vicious.
“This is the second session after I came out from the toilet after vomiting,” Fong explained on her page and adds that, “As you can see in this video again, he wouldn’t allow me to exit my shop & he snatched my phone to prevent me calling my mother and even beat me with the phone.”
But towards the end of the video, a woman Fong identified as her mother, is seen entering the shop. The two embrace and the other woman takes her out of the shop while the man looks on.
“My mom had really saved my life, if it wasn’t for her…. I wouldn’t be here anymore,” wrote Fong.
At the last count, both videos have been shared 26,588 times on Facebook. Fong has also uploaded 24 photos of the bruises and scars on her arms, shoulders, legs and around her collar bone. The photo album entitled, “Is this even called love when you are even becoming a dad?” now has over 2,000 shares.
Read his side of the story and how his wife betrayed his trust on page. 2
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