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Husband keeps mum about her allegations
by Arul John

Continuation of Madam Jane's story...

Husband keeps mum about her allegations

MAX declined to comment on the woman's allegations.

He told The New Paper: "This is a domestic matter. If she wants to tell one side of the story, let her say anything she wants to say.

"Let it be. I have no comment."

The football club's general manager confirmed that Madam Jane told him about the footballer bringing home women and also about how he had assaulted her.

He could not recall if he or the club had told Max that she was the reason why his contract renewal was being delayed.

The general manager said the club had house rules about the kinds of friends players were allowed to bring home. He said: "If there are no complaints from the neighbours and the police are not called in, we have no problems (with the players bringing home their friends).

"Footballers are entitled to a social life and if they cannot enjoy a social life after training, that would be absurd.

"Even if the woman reported the matters officially to us, the club usually can only counsel the parties concerned."

Police spokesman William Goh confirmed that police reports were lodged. They are investigating the allegations.

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