An NUS law professor is being investigated by the CPIB for allegedly receiving sex in exchange for giving better grades to a female undergrad.
According to a report in The Straits Times today (July 26), Associate Professor Tey Tsun Hang, 41, allegedly had sex with the 23-year-old student on multiple occasions. The story first broke out in The New Paper yesterday, without naming the professor.
The student apparently approached Prof Tey for help to get a better grade for an elective course he taught, and allegedly struck a deal to have sex with him.
When asked about the case, a NUS spokesperson was said to have replied in an email to The New Paper: "We know that there is an ongoing investigation regarding an NUS staff member. We continue to cooperate fully with the authorities. As the investigation is ongoing, we are unable to provide further comments at this time."
Get the full story in The New Paper.