Come back and prove your innocence Hilmi, why go into hiding if you have done nothing wrong? You can't hide forever, be a man and face us. What ever happened between you and Eli before is none of our business and it should be kept between both of you. But to provide these private photos of Eli was not ethical in any kind of relationship, especially when they are used for topple Eli's career in the political arena.
Star KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 — Close friends of Hilmi Malek, said to be the ex-boyfriend of Selangor executive councillor Elizabeth Wong remain shocked at the turn of events and are hoping he will step forward to tell his side of the story.
“We do not know anything about the pictures and don’t think he would circulate those pictures,” said one of his friends who spoke on condition of anonymity. They last spoke to him on Saturday, and have been trying to contact Hilmi who is believed to be in Indonesia since Monday (three days ago).
The friends who described Hilmi as someone who is well-read and knowledgeable in politics were also disturbed with misleading reports on his personality. “The story that portrays him as an abusive person is only one sided. He has many times confided to us about his personal problems,” said a friend referring to a report in a Chinese daily accusing Hilmi of physically abusing the Bukit Lanjan assemblyman.
The 32 year old was an aide to PKR MP Hee Loy Sian for nine months before he quit the job in January.
Yesterday the police said they wanted to record a statement from Hilmi and have urged him to come forward to assist in investigations. Meanwhile Wong who has offered her resignation from all positions in the state today said she has left the country “to search for peace of mind to get away from the stormy events surrounding me”.
In a statement today she claimed that she has been informed that more sensational stories of her private life would be published. “I have also been told there will be a fresh assault, with more photographs and videos released and circulated in order to completely degrade and bury me,” said Wong. “This is the darkest episode in my life. I have never felt so alone, vulnerable and humiliated,” she added