Expat woman charged with deprivation of liberty

Police in Port Moresby have charged an expatriate woman with deprivation of liberty after her local housemaid complained of being confined to the house, The National reports.

The woman, a 55 year old Filipina, was arrested and charged on Sunday at the Boroko Police Station for deprivation of liberty and other charges.

The maid, a 27 year old from Kabakaul in East New Britain (ENB) had been working for her since 2005. It is alleged that she paid the maid a salary of K100 per fortnight and did not allow her to leave the house.

The maid had complained to her cousin through a text message, with which the former alerted police at Six Mile.


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