Audrey Tay May Li, daughter of "The Hour Glass", the popular luxury retailer, has been guilty of drug abuse. The habit of drug abuse Audrey came in light after the car they drove and a traffic pole overthrown in 2015. After being arrested, Audrey confessed to police that she had taken ketamine prior to the incident.
After the hearing at the court, Tay pleaded guilty of three drug prosecutions, and one indictment involved reckless driving. The court said that another five similar accusations will be taken into account when pronouncing the sentence at a later date. Jannie Chan, the mother of Audrey and a prominent businesswoman in Singapore attended the court during the hearing.
The Public Prosecutor revealed that Audrey Ketamine was used on 27 August 2018 in a Thai restaurant in Orchard Tower. While Audrey was in the women's toilet, a transsexual person approached her and asked if she needed anything to relax. Even after she knew that the substance is ketamine, both Audrey and the transsexual person have used the substance.
Audrey later left the restaurant and drove her car to meet a friend. During the trip she collapsed and a traffic pole collapsed. The accident happened when Audrey drove the car along Newton Road. Policemen quickly reached the spot and Audrey admitted she had taken ketamine. An arrest was done quickly.
While on bail, Audrey took drugs again in October. Audrey appeared in an intoxicated state for her psychiatric assessment at the Institute of Mental Health, and after the urine test, it was learned that the 45-year-old woman had taken ketamine and benzodiazepines.
After the hearing, Tay's mother told the media that her daughter is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after an incident that occurred several years ago. The accused is now on bail of S $ 50,000.