Local jazz singer Dawn Ho (centre) at the Mosaic Music Festival with her guitarist Munir Alsagoff (left) and percussionist Riduan Zalani (right), a former Yahoo Singapore 9 nominee. (Photo from Dawn Ho's Facebook page)
[UPDATE on Tuesday, 11 March at 6:20pm: Adding detail about alleged attacker resigning from company]
A man who has been named by local jazz singer Dawn Ho for allegedly punching her at Sentosa on Sunday night has resigned from his company, said his former employer.
In a statement posted as a comment on its Facebook page, Tadcaster Hospitality, the parent company of restaurant and bar The Exchange, announced that one of its marketing executives, Aaron Jeremiejczk, had resigned within the day, after news had emerged of his alleged attack on her.
An initial statement from the company showed that Tadcaster was opening an investigation into the incident and putting him on suspension pending its outcome, as well as that of the police. Hours later, however, it posted the announcement in a follow-up comment on the same post.
On Monday night, Ho wrote an account of the alleged attack on her Facebook page, saying she came away from it with a swollen face and a bleeding nose. In her status,Read More »from Man accused of punching Singapore jazz singer Dawn Ho resigns from company