SINGAPORE (May 7): Prosecution witness Angelia Poon Mei Choo, a remisier at OCBC Securities, in court on Tuesday revealed that Quah Su-Ling was “hysterical” when Poon went down to the LionGold office to ask how Quah intended to settle the losses stemming from the penny stock crash.

“[Quah] said she could not do anything about that and to just let OCBC force sell,” Poon said in her conditioned statement.

“During my conversation with QSL, she did not deny responsibility for the losses in the nominee accounts, or claim that I should ask the nominees to settle the losses in their accounts instead,” Poon added.

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