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CCTV footage showing lawyer Samuel Seow assaulting his employees surfaces online

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Surveillance footage showing entertainment lawyer Samuel Seow assaulting his employees last year surfaced online yesterday (25 Apr). Two videos showing the incident were uploaded online about 24 hours ago by a new YouTube channel called “Sam beats”.

It is unclear who owns the videos but it appears that the videos are taken from the CCTV cameras installed in Mr Seow’s office.

In the first video, Seow can be seen hitting a young female staff as she is speaking to him. In the second video, the girl can be seen fighting back before an incensed Seow rains blows on her and pushes her to the ground.

Several staff members try to restrain Seow. When one female staff member confronts him over his actions, an irate Seow gets close to her and argues with her before pushing her to the ground.

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In a press conference last May, Seow revealed that the younger female employee is his niece. Apologising for slapping his niece during the scuffle, Seow clarified that the dispute was a family matter and that he acted as an uncle and not as his niece’s employer.

Seow, who is the managing director of Samuel Seow Law Corporation and the owner of the Beam Artistes management firm, said: “I shouldn’t have done that to be honest, and I apologise to my family for that. If you put a recording device in any family on a bad day, I don’t think all of us would be proud of every single moment.”

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In a Facebook post he had published before the press conference, Seow had written: “People can say what they want without any care for the truth. There are some very irresponsible and despicable people out there who will take some perverse delight in causing this.”

“I am sorry to my family and friends for the worry this will cause. I am ok. Those who know me will know the truth.”/ TISGFollow us on Social Media

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