ASEAN scholar and NUS Law student Alvin Tan: What can NUS do to me?
Posted by temasektimes on October 17, 2012
Controversial ASEAN scholar and NUS Law undergraduate Alvin Tan Jye Yee had scoffed at the possibility of him being expelled from NUS for posting sexually explicit videos and pictures of him and his girlfriend online.
Alvin Tan caused a stir by sharing photos and videos of him having sex with his girlfriend in several locations in Singapore and Malaysia on his blog and sending an invitation to interested parties to swap partners.
In one of the video, he was seen reenacting a rape scene with his girlfriend by stripping her clothes off and forcing himself onto her.
Alvin Tan claimed he was ‘encouraged’ to release the photos and videos by his girlfriend and he was very ‘impressed’ by her guts.
Speaking to queries from the Malaysian media, Alvin Tan he is not worried that NUS will take disciplinary action against him:
“What can NUS do to me?” he retorted.
Alvin Tan has taken one year of leave from NUS and has recently started his own company in Malaysia.
“Well, of course I am a bit concerned that I may get expelled, but I am prepared to face the consequences of my own actions.”
Alvin Tan came to Singapore to study on a ASEAN scholarship in Sin Ming secondary school before moving on to Raffles Junior College and NUS with his tuition fees and living expenses all paid for by Singapore taxpayers.